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Vol. 19
30
KEVELSTOUE, B. C. APRIL 16, 1913
$2.50 Por Year
1
Old Squatters Making Entries.—Regulations
for Homesteaders Shortly Be Published.-
Land Legislation Stimulates Realty Sales
in City and District
the vicinity of this city some fifty
thou and acres of choice farm lands
in the Railway Belt, which will provide homes'for hundreds of settlers.
Nowhere in western America can be
ed.        The    •'•■.    Herald,    in     a re-   foutnj better local conditions   for thi
The Dominion Land ollice in the
Bank of i o.'im i-'-e block, was a busy
place yesterday when niuics lor squatters in ih" Railway BcH were grant
i enl     issue,
would        I.e
predicted   th se     lands'  [mit grower or desciple of mixed farm-
availabb In       ibe  in-than at  RevelBtoke.   Situated   on
mar  future  and  now  the  long-looked the  main line of ihe greatest  transnou
tor event    has  happened.   While     the linental  Imo  in the  world  with     un -
entries to s-iuattera were granted yes- ilrait.'d markets in tho prairie cities tu
terday ..    feel satisfied that in ihe im- the eas  as well a   al  points west with
medial   .      re all tha land in Oh Rail a I'llmata well suited and where ample
woy Bell .... be thrown open to settle sub iir'n a' .0,1 Is at hand for all prac-
ment upon the terms which will be set tical purposes.     Sunly  indeed,     who
ft);th i.i      Dominion    government no- would not be a fruit grower or mixed
tice, which will be published. farraerat   Reve'sto'e  aid  now    that
Again tei Mr.  R.F. Green is due.cre- Ihese  valuable   farm   lands  aro  al ou;
dit for the opening up to settlement ol to    I.e    opened  for  settlement    what
;i lands, wlii.h he has great opportunities are   afforded    the
..   during the first year oi young, energetic nan of rural iiichna
I |S  , ih"     Kootenays     iu ton-.     The  terms upon which    these
,1,,  '.-,., ,al   In.use. farms in     the Railway     Pelt    will bo
As  bas teen  jr   .o;;-ly  stated     in granted will  be made quite clear    by
thispaper tii    thuo   In; oi   n 0!     the thu published notice but there is every
Railway  Belt  lands  mc-an3 more     to reason  to believe that they will be of
Revelstoke   '.hnn. the average    citizen such a char cter as;.)    give     general
n-a .. ■■-.   'I e   re  are  approximately   in satisfaction.
BRITISH
U'o^UlvioiA
FUKtSTHY
Victoria, B.C., April Uth -Residents
oi  .h- .on- - aie-el areas o.  British Co-
lumbia, which means .1 essarily the
great 1 . tiou oi the Piovtnce b 1 ■ •■
now l>s '.ban three dear weeks In
which  to •      ot ii'cumulated blnsil
brush, etc., with a minimum oi danger to ct>n in .-non- timber and without
the trilling inconvenience of securing
;l permit forsuch operations trom the
Distri 1 Forester or Loeal Fire Warden, as the law directs in the beuctii ial
scheme of forest piotection. It mey
be well 10 te.niiid all interested rtal-
.1 n - of the peovim e thai the forestry
law prescribes a "Close season" extending from May 1 to October 1, dar
ing which no -a-'.i. brush, etc.. may
he biiin.d without a permit fioni th.;
Provincial Forest Board. This prohibition is contained in sections 107
un.l 108, ol Mu' ii'i- wbich read as follows:
"During ihe close .season ii shall
be unlaw lul for any I'e'ison tj net out
or cause to beset out, started or kindled, any lire in or near any forests or
woodlands except for the purpose of
clearing land, cooking, obtaining neces
aary warmth, of for some necessary in
ilu-ttial purpose permitted by tic Min
ister, and unless the obligations and
precautions imposed in the following
sections shall be observed.
"Dining ihe close season no peroon
fir in or corporation shall sei out, or
cause to be set out, tiro3 in or near
slashings ol forests del ris, standing or
(alien timber, or bu b l.ni. for tbe pur
I ,.        1    1,  nai - si .  bill  S, bi ush    -ia •
01 0 ber Inflammable material, or for
nny  industrial   purpose without    first
obtaining ape.mil  therefore; provided
thai no person shall be convicted who
shall eet in good faith and wiih reasonable care n, hack fire for the purpose
of sto.ipin; lhc progress of a liro then
sctually  burning."
It is greatly to their own interest,
und their own conveniens that settlers an,I all others who have -lish on
their holdings  to lie got rid of should
attend lo iis destruction as soon   as
possible, while all vegetation is as yet
green and the ground has not dried un
der the sun, in order thai th" element
1 if danger through fires spreading may
be reduced lo a minimum   an advant -
age to lbe Province generally aiil bo
the settlers, bul 10 Hie sottler most of
nil.   Condition    for  burning are    now
described a-' Ideal, nnd little difficulty
is 10 be anticipated in controlliug the
t'.r.-s. In many districts mue-h brush
bas uli. inly been successfully disposed
ui and mu h more will have been bo-
lore the end of the month and the ad-
vein of the so-called ".-loss season."
If-uch slash is tube disposed of, as
by lumbermen or others clearing large
areas, it would be well for these interested parties to consuli with the •dls-
t ii.-1 forestry ollicer, who will be glad
to 1-nl his ezpen advice and assist -
.nic ia determining the safest and besl
and at ihe -nine time most economical, method to be adopted in the work
ol clearing. In many Quarters it has
nc.n prophesied 'hat the coming sea-
eon is likely to be one of the hardest
Mt encountered on account of the very
heavy growth ol grass resulting from
lasi fall's plentiful rainfall! In any
event the early removal of brush and
debris will do more thau anything else
in keep dangecous c tillagrations from
the woods'..
The great importance of the timber
Bssetasa factor of contribution to
1 rovincial revenue is auain illustrated
bj the statistics of .'ore-sis branch receipts for March, the aggregate contribution to revenue for last month
•from this department being $28,512.69,
nn increase of ?6,7sii.73 over February
for which month the total receipts
were $'.'3U,731.9C and bringing thc total
for the tirst quarter of the current
year up vo .$73s,:'.17.7J—almost one-
third of the totnl revenue from the for
est asset for the last fiscal year. Tho
details oi revenue making up thi-
bighly sati-factory March total a-
follows- I
Timber License Fees  4173,444.40
Timbec license fees(transfer) 48H.0O
limber  license  penalty fees 175 Oil
Protectlo 1    li 011-es         1,661.89
I'rnlrcli  n     1 • ines            -J04.02
1 nc '■ tion   rowo grants ...        37.m
Timber Lei s ■ Rentals     '.'l.'.'.J I .
'I mil.i-r lease transfer fe s...        25 00
'I miber mark fees          102 00
ll,.,i' 1 loggers License fees ...        325.00
Scaling  I'.-          "13.00
scaling expenses    71.95
Timber   Royalty       21.231.C9
Pulpwood  Royalty          .'00.00
Timb.r Tax        :),090.2l
Trespass     and  penalties  ...        298.25
Timber bonus        1.130 00
Exchange          15.64
Interest and diseount       1,108.78
1 imher sales advt. & cru='g H08.00
Vote 255 for't    pro. fund...      1,580.15
Timber   sales   rentals         1,929.30
Interest  on   bases    27.IS
Miscellaneous   25.8,
OBSTRUCTION
Ottawa. April 14—Tbere is no "situation' ' I'it. Prorogation is a matte;'
of we.-ks only. Ollicially the Opposi -
lion i- saying nothing as to lhe course
whieh will be followed next week, In
officially it i- freely admitted that the
light is over. Tiie government has m
its ban.Is a weapon against which no
obstruction can continue, much less
succeed, The Liberals freely realize
this mil admit the strength of th.!
Conservative position. The talk is of
a vote- on tha closure resolution by
tbe middle of next week, perhaps eai'l-
i:r, with the division on the Naval bill
following within reasonable time', pro-
1 ably 1 n a Used date.
There seems 10 ay a very general belief that th' Senate Liberals will not
lake the responsibility o: throwing out
ihe Na'.al  1 ill.
The Ottawa Free Frass, tbe Literal
I rgan al tii Capital, Ihe paper which
ba- consistently urged on the ebstrue
tionlsts and which recently advised the
opposition to fight the cioiure constitutionally or unconstitutionally, canvi
ou: today \ ith the suggestion that
"Liberalism, on condition that th:
I'a'.iul closure is dropped, should now
, ... .111 n.i in 1 ermlt the Navy bill
to pas3, reserving the right to continue tha campaign of education against
II in the country."
The Free Press admits that "Liber-
alism has fall -d to fobce the Borden
io eminent to the country at cn:j
. > a manda e, ' and adds, "that fact
. '. .1 be fa 1 d now as later,"
in ord'-r to "save Canada from ' tb"
. r  i' 1   of two evils."
The Free Press earnestly suggests
ihat the time ba3 arrived for Liberal-
i in in a 1. 11 Ion ii- demand for an immediate ■■;■ tion, and permit the Bor-
tb n Navy Bill te be passed, on condi-
t 0:1 that closure is dropped. According :n Ihis pa er, "Liberalism cannot
hrowing up its hands in horror
at tbis proposed closure legislation.
In the ia - ol It, ind rather than that
ii li ild become law forever, Liberal-
n .. 0 1 'ii transfer its ii >ht
bgainst the Naval bill to the public
platform in the lonstituencies."
Oi cour-e tbe 1" I opposition organ
is o"irin.. apparently instruction
iio.n Liberal headquarters, to give
something thai the opposition has no:
pow 1 to give. Thc Naval bill will
pass witb or without the proposed per
n. The sugg 'Stl 1 of the Free
1 1. ss. is, n 'vci ib I - . of valii" as
• the altered temper of Liberals
A change ha- co r.c ovi r the iplrit of
their dream.
Tha be: aie on the closure rr-'olu •
tion ;n eceeded quietly in the Com -
mi :.-  today.   The adjournment oi the
bate was moved at 10 o'clo k by
11. ai      Frank   Oliver, and   the      House
rose, Premier Borden, who is .--till con
lined to his house with ,-t cold. was
not presenl during the day. The
speech-making was confined to five
Wm. German, K.w. Nesbitt, J.s. Bin-
lair and J.H. Bolvla.
.§ ti OKI
C. P. MAGNATE
DISCUSSES
NAVAL POLICY
Lots Offered City ior $8,000, Now Fetch $14,-
OOO.—Sales Totalling $55,000   Closed.
Otner Large Deals Pending.
The Mail-Herald scribe ha gathered the manager of the Hull-Sitbald Syn-
tvore particulars aboul the big realty dicate, positively refuses to dcvulge tho
. ni .    uie.! last  week  which ./re   as  identity of his clients,
As in  w by  this  pai' i- ul tr bi ctii n ol
the city should bo -'. lected by   be
uide   capital sts ren ain - a     1115 tery.
Mr.  Sibbald declines to     dis u.s  tins
■lullo.vs:
One day lasi wi ek ihe Itevelstoke
G r. rni Agencies acting for the Hull
Sibbald Byndicate, closed one of    the
deals ever put   through iu this   parti, ular  part of  the   transaction but
city, when some •[.; lots were s0ld. ihe general belief is that proro ed rail
'lh se lots face on     Victoria  Road
way development created ley the mov-
iiul  the C.P.Ri right of  way.      These ;nr  ofthe  new  station   some  distance
lets were -'old in one day for 817,500. west of     the    presenl   location     will
A couple of days afterwards Block 52 throw the above describ  I an     into a
i.m   .ting of lii lots, near ibe  English business section     with    corresponding
church  were also sold by tha Kevel- values.   Cue thing, bow. ver. i- ttppar-
-n.;- General Agencies for $14,000. ent that the sales effected the pasi few
It  may be remembered by so.i.e    of days is the     be Ini  n   ...  bet!  i   times
the citizens that three years ago thesis for this city and from now on proper
lots were offered to the .ity     for   ,., ties will have fixed values ,,n 1 the lit-
school sitefor $8,000, but the city re- tb boom  wiil continue well  war ian   d
fused the offer. from  the fact     that  the big    Ro
Besides the above big deals, a mini- pass  tunnel and  double  tracking    are
ber of private parties have Bold  iheir officially announced to commence this
in   this     dlstriot facing on    First season, added to this the   non-offleial
sl    tt and   Victoria Road, these latter report  of  the extensive railway  yard
sales  aggregate  $23,250, making     the exl nsion ca I and wesl as well as the
tit,I sabs dosed by   be     Revelstoko erection'of a handsome   tu.n    here.
;: n ral   Agcnces  during  the last  tea in addition to  the above deals    we
,days in that  particular section of tin.- bam just  before going to press   that
citj   $55,CO0.   'lhe  purchasers  of    this no:,, deals aggri   ating another   J25,
pro    rtyare Toronto,  Winnipeg    and OOC, are now pending for properties in
New 'fori; capitalists, hut Mr.  Sibbald the above described  district,
DEATH CALLS     Y.M.C.A.
WEEKLY
NOTES
MAY DAY DANCE
Toi nl
.$237,512 fil
I
rjl ..............
■ a
.■ llcscrvo Friday, April 18lb, I)
| fm lhe Big Dance uf the l,ad- H
!■!     les'   Auxiliary   to  B.  of  l„   l-l.     r«l
M -I
!«' « •«  K
\ erding to a canvass recently
made of thc -ity for directory purposes, New Wr-tminster has more
than doubled us population within th,.
last two years, the total being now
iin*- il at ..VMI -jn.unu ai again-t Ifl,
i OO two veni    ago.
i n - ,i be ebiel .1 lal ev nl - ol the
- ason wi I ie the tlirfs' Auxiliary io
i ,o Ho I ital Be on I annual shin
...n t dance at the opera house on
May 1st.
'Ilus w.ll l e a genuine Miy day
dance. Tbe Rovelstoke orchestra wlll
pie,vide the mutli for tin- occasion antl
the various committees are working
OVirtime to make it a social and lin-
ancial sue-ess. Tbe (iii b' Auxiliary
are noled for their energy and nnek of
making things that they undei take—
"go"—and the citl/ens can rest assur
ed thnt this dan e will bo just .. little
better in all respects than the average
gathering of the kind.
The floor will be spee inlly prepared
for thc occasion nnd every detail will
le carefully watched by the eoinmil-
tesi having the matter in band.
Watch this paper for furthei announcements.
Waltei H. p,,ge, of Garden City, L.
I., editor of the World's Work, nnd a
member of Douhb-dny. Page & Co.,
1 ul.Usher- has accepted President Wil-
on's ofler to be ambassador to Qreft.
llrilniii.
10
Francis John Beane, from l'.Ki2 to
11*08 proprietor of the Baily News and
for a ute' yoars editor of the t'ran -
blook Herald, died on Thursday at a
..ees.ita! ai the coast from heart fail-
ute, following a severe attack of nerv-
e us prostration resulting from overwork. He leaves a widow and one
ibill. who were wiih him al the timo
..:  hi-  death. |
Mr. Beane was one of the pioneer
i twspaperraen of this province, hav-
n; folfowcd that profession in Kamloops, where he wag owner of the Sen-
tin 1 for some years before he pur-
chas I the Nelson Baily Winer, in
1002 and renamed it The Daily News;
In Vancouver, where he wns a member of the stall of the Baily Province,
in Nanaimo, Victoria and places on
Van ouver  Island.
He was tr. years of age, having been
born in Madras, India, on August S,
isti8. He was educated in England,
inl Belgium, and came to Uritish
Columbia in 1889. He was a member
i.f the provincial logis'ature for the
constituency of North Vale from |s''s
to P.ion.
Prominent as :l member of the Ma-
sonic   order,      Mr.   Pe.ine   was   a    past
master of  ihe Kamloops lodge.        He
was also a  Knight  Templar.
Ai ihe time tlmt be purchased     Ih.e
Miner in 1902 i i the Beattoc estate,
Vi. Q, McMorrl , B. B. Oliver, n. a.
McFiirlim I, Charles H. Ink and C. V.
I.".   I ie  two latter  nf  whom      huve
.i so   nin 'I tbo greal  majority,   wars
i n ill ■   slall   o!   lbe   paper.
Ha purcba ud tha I Iranbrook Herald
after selling the ll/iily News in BIOS.
from !•'. l'i. Simpson, uiul hue hecn
editor of thai paper ever since, Ha
went, to ibe roa I a tew weeks     ago
lor Ihe purpose of securin • n reel
which would enable him to regain bis
health, having spent some time ncac
Kamloopa en route.
FOOTBALL  NOTICK.
A  mei i .ii: uf all  int ir -ted in     the
greal  sport eif football    is called  for
Wi in    l.u evening in the Y.M.C.A. at
s o'clock, tho objeel  being to form a
team to  pete for the championship
of the Interior of U.f'.
BOYS'  BIBLE! CLASS.
On I-1 .In. evening ii'St the boys of
the above named . lass, met at th.-
home of Master A. Voung, an<l Bp nl
a very, njoyable time In game- contests, et'-. Speeches wero given by
some of the boys, and enjoyed by the
others, at the close of iho even
tertainment Mr. Giflord tho teacher,
gave a-hurt address. Lasl Sunday
was the liisin.: day until some time
later on whon the weather gets warm
cr, it ia  tbe intention oi the I
lo   start an  outdoor   bible    1 I
All members arc asked to bear this
iii mind and wat -b tii   v notes I
nouncements.
HIKES
i.a i  Sai ui da] -i num! ei  of the    Y
boys enjoyed a  trip up   the  mountain.
Plenty of fun was et lired fro ii
ining and rolling .lown big -tones. On
Saturday next, April I'.lth .mother
hike will be Indulged in. itartlng from
the y.M.C.A, m i 30. Bring your
lum-h. Tbo e who go will have then
usual  SWim  wh.n  Ihey   return.
BOWLING  I'.UKKN.
a t tm - ..I    tbo .- Intert■ • i    In
lawn  bowling is re |Uented  t -
:b    \   ociatlon building, Tbur- aj sl
i'i n i. al  I 80   harp,
London, April 11.—Sir Thomas
Shaugl.n -s . sp.akinj of the situa-
tion .n     : ■  Ct n .ban  bouse  of    com-
iiii--  with   rcferneco  to the  naval  bill
M.I        i
"My  vi «   ..; the matter,"   said the
C.P.R.   n .i     .       "IW th it   oi      moit.
of  tb" Can   in  s with whom  I   havo
p...       ; an   I ,     tbat   the
.oe- to an ive at   a
non-parti an   fie i ion.   Not withstand'
ing  the  ehar.t   ■     of so no ol  the    de-
in  :.     ii"        l   s ,,    ch Tish    tlii
I,- ;i ■  that   11: ■   . . ' rstan lin.   will    be
i ome   .. ■ in   . iii-b   i ei h  j ,.    .. -,      can
"Pei onally,'1  S.i  Thomas added,"!
lo r. a-e n why th •  j obey of  Pre-
: .i r      I '>.' iiii  an I  t.i    i .> icy   (.-    Sir
i.ii       1    .    .    : .. I'    . '■     ,i    ii. t    '■ '   i OU]       I
ui i i   i :t ■   r.i insure  win -b   woul 1      receive  in i  i.n.in moi s app o al  ■ i  1 aria    :'i    nn 1    11. nmand    tie'  general
'i     '   ;ii      o intry    as a  whole .
I ':,:l   C -iill bl,   lis   .1
on is anx'ou lo it's duty    in
Britisu P0m-
o   •       .'■   . lion
r       is    growing    at
su' ha 'tn must  in the   n ar
intui  . >..■.;.■■   that
. en n  for  . .        aval
Willi-
"At iii - , ■ there ai not
ite ne:is aiy
i anada  :-- i     loastructiou
ol  the      Mi. nitii: i ■    a - :. tg
,il i lit i 1     l       •■  ■ ■   ll ;       . ■     a    -      -        ,,.1
I ower that wo Id . ■. 1.     par-
• Ij   d '        lis appl) io the n
nin; of ■'...; -a :..- .. an i foi n i
ia Ca i .i - ■■ at naval - r-
vicj i- i.ui at tra: .. I . the ordinary
Can.oi
"Ihere .- no ever, that
a   the  \. a s   rot!  oi
i..11 un ii..'      > ch .'. wi   a   ..
:....    i populai       . •:•     num-
• - and of  ih • re :•. . •   men
io ni'iii  our own   wars! In   th.'
meant m     Premier ] ■• .ils
t tho need cl nicn,     by
I )U -
lion to th    1 : ' Mj  ii.il' to
this,'' Sir Tl - that
tb ise pro]               .   . 1,  -i.e.ul.I
-•  a oi
lhe poii. y, th it  betea t r  .... a Cana*
:i land     ia in
her    o.vn    warships,  sj. shall     pro-
i   '       ■■     ■ ■   ,i     t:
ttt."
JUVENILE
BUST
11J    i '< c.
Old-Timer Dead
Government Helps Farmers
Through the efforts of Mr. R. F.
Green, M.P., lhe Department of Agricultural Ih giving out through the Depart ment of the Interior, po-t enrds,
whii bare to be foi wardi-d to Ottawa,
and in response lite department will
send out lo em h applicant valuable
literature regarding farming, fruit
growing, etc., as well as pointers ns
to land clearing.
It is needless to sny how valuable
this literature will be, o-'poe-ially to
the novice on the farm.
Grand Foi k . B.C., April 11—Joseph
(lencllc, the sawmill owner, die-1 sl
Cascade last wi-ek from iinuri-- re -
eeived while breaking a boom of logs,
when one of the largtl ones rolled over him.
Ho was one of ibe pioneer tawmi I
men of the Boundary district, at on-'
time having been owner with his
brother ol bbe presenl Cascade mill of
the     Dominion    Sawmills    company'I
i iim at Cascade. Decsswd was some
f.5    years of nge.     The body        whh
brougbtlo (.rand Forks.
'I'D.' lute Mr. Genelle was probably
one ni the licet known lumbermen in
lini. li Columbia and had ho I m
friend throughout the province. For
a number of y.-ars he was a resident
of  Nelson.
1 the libretto
ol -■ I i :.- ess i :., ..- ! Julian B I.
..irl.-t. --.or.-, in tb.- oasl tin., would
I ■ .-mh' lent guaranl • f u both the
story and ihe music,   ii mighl be well
lie I al Y.r. i i Shelle a reform-
. 1 ntwspaper mi n. wa- one of tbe
'■ of th . oun • i theatrical manager*, while Julian Edward*
wrote the music t,. 1492 and many
">b i .i known operas. It is uround
tbe libretto that lhe ihiel ini rest oon
iers, .I. al ng with lh   da .    befori gun
I ir has desti it ..ny     of
ei.   .Ml ■ al t        Of
wai aie,    'lbe IT.:.        ■ :;    ' unfold*
.ii.. , -wblcb       a-
i a ei  r.aci s .  ,     t     heights
w.tbe- :.      an l
what ;■  iuui,' Impol .    - luimy
■ ..lm.  ',i buffoonery
■ i    mi liioni-mThe locality  is  lb.-pro
• f  Bun an ly ,,i b tb.- data    th'
part of   th •     tifte- ntli    century,
win h allows ainpb-    opportunity for
.ill  tbr i    besl  in costuming anil sc-m
."c IS.      Anion.-   ih- artists    are:—
Thom  Hall n.     Pnty Henry,      Doris
I'lii'.i' .1.   In-.. ■  mhile,      BUlee  D'Neil,
\- i.i   I." iin".      In i      Mitchell,  Kth.d
Stoddard   Stubby Myllng and a   well
'i.i ii.-.I  i horns.
DmpreW   theatre, Monday and Tue--
dttyl  April  'JI  mil  _' '.
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Se. nil     nn<'. Kntertainment,
0[x-ra   House, Monday,   April
2is'.  ctntaiu « ',:,.  Trkels,
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL IC, 1918.
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Have  You Money Lying Idle
which you would like to loan.
We can loan it for you on first
mortgages at current rates of
interest ranging from 7 to 10
Per Cent, per annum.
The Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
JOHN D. SIBBALD, PRES. J. D. SIBBALD, JK-, SBC.
Pointed Paragraphs of Provincial Interest
The Hedley Gold Mining Company Seventy thousand dollars for un •
paid a quarterly 'dividend of 3 per cent provemente to Jasper Park, throe bun
and an extra 'dividend of 2 per cent, -.lied thousand dollars -for improve -
on March 9, which is otiu-ivalent to 50 ments to Rocky Mountain Park, lHi.fl
cents a share or sfOO.OO'O. Last year Glacier, and Voho Park; twenty livo
the company made four quarterly pay  thousand for the construction    of     a
motor rond from Kananuskie to .l;1ull
twenty-five (housand for developm-'-it.a
'o Buffalo Park, Wainwright, and if -
teen thousand for similar work at
Waterlon Lake Park. The foregoing
figures, exclusive of the new bath
house at Banff, represent tho am unt
io he expend©! on Dominion parks limine ihe coming year.
EARLY SPRING GOODS
Consisting of every conceivable size anil make of
Hats, Gloves, Shoes and Underwear; also a most
extensive stock of Neckiies of every  shade ami
style.
We have also a specially fine assortment of samples
for our Spring Clothing Order Department.
McKINNON & SUTHERLAND
Fit-Reform Clothing        Steison Hats Foot-Rite Shoes
BUSINESS IS   GOOD
At the Busy McIntyre Corner
Beans, small, white, easy to cook, 3 lb. for  25c
Japan Rice, finest, cooks soft 3 lb. for  25c
Stephen's Cho.v Pickles, per bottle  35c
Sliced Lemon Clin^ Peaches, small tin  20c
John McIntyre & SON
First Street.
GOODS Al.
Telephone No. 93
GOODS DELIVERED
ments of ?li0,O0u and $120,0110 extra in
Dei-ember.
With lhc passage by the reichstag
of an emergency war bill to provide an
army increase of 117,COO men,, 15,t*00
non-commissioned officers and 4,000
oilicers, regarded as a certainty, the
army department is already beginning
the tentative purchase of ahout HO.OCO
horses needed Six new cavalry regi
ments will be stationed along ihe Russian frontier.
The Liverpool Spring Cup, a handicap of loo*' sovereigns over the cup
e ours ■ of one mile and three furlongB,
was won by E. Hulton's 4 year old
brown colt Seot's Staint by Slaidan-
Fair Jean; Sir E. Cassel's ojesnut colt
Wilfrid was sei ond and Lord Elles-
nieie's bay colt Kcmpnough 3rd.Scot's
S'taint started a hot favorite at 10
to 11, while Wii-frid and Kcmpnough
Started at 7 to 1 and 100 to 8 respectively.
Thc Grand National Steeplechase
handicap was won by Sir (.'asheltoa ■
Smith's Covercoat, Irish Mail was Second an.l t'arsey, third. Twenty-two
horses ran. An American horse, J.R.
Pell's Highbrldge, fell early in the
race while jumping a fence. The bet. -
ting was liO to 'J against Oovercoat,
ino to 9 against Carsey, 25 to 1 against Irish Mail, and 10<> to 9 against
High ridge. The Grand National is a
race for a pri e of >-l7,iJ0(J and a trophy  valued al  ?625.
The HotiS'oi Common- evidently
in an- to accept Home Secretary Reginald M.i.. una'- new method oi leal-
ing wiMi lhe suffragette hunger htcikn
'lh re are enough Unionists to support and eu in.' the' adoption of the
proposal, which is to release the
hunger Btrikers on license when there
is dan ft-oi a toial collapse in rejit't
and r arr.'st them on their ret) racy
repeating the process as often as is
ii ■ ny to "impel them to •' m e
th.'ir fall term of Imprisonment.
Comfort Your Stomach
We pay for thij treatment if It
fails to promptly relieve Indigestion and Dyspepsia.
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy
stomach troubles because tbey oon-
tuin the proper proportion of Pepsin
and Bismuth and the necessary carminatives that help nature to supply
the elements tho absence of which
in the gostrio juices causes indigestion and dyspepsia. They aid the
stomach to digest food und to quickly
convert it into rich red blond und
niuteriul necessary for overcoming
natural body waste.
Curry u package of Rexull Dys-
pepsla Tablets in your vest pocket,
or keep them in your room. Tuke
one uftcr euch heavy meal and provu
our assertion that they will keep indigestion from bothering you.
We know whut Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets ure und what they will do.
We guarantee them to relieve indigestion and dyspepsia, or to refund
your money, if they fail to do so.
Doesn't it stand to reason tlmt wo
wouldn't assume this money risk were
we not certuin Rexull Dyspepsia
Tablets will satisfy you? Three sizes,
25 cents, 50 cents, and $1.00.
You cun buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in tbis community only at, our store:
WALTER   BEWS.
Revelstoke liriUe.li Columbia
Dis $a*a£l Store
Tlicre ia n Rexall Store in nrarly every town
nml city in ilie United Stutei-, Canudn ninl
Clreat Britain. Thero is a different Rexall
Remedy fur nearly every ordinary lniniiin ill —
each especially ileieiatneil for the pnrtieuli.r ill
for whicli il is recommended.
The Rexall Stores are America'! Qrcatcat
Drug Stores
A Pail, With Water—
a Brush—and a Pkg. of
Alabastine
verm, transform the ugliest walla into walla of beauty—of art
—of ic.'ineirent.    Alabasllue walls are pleoaiug to tho
mo*t cultivated  las'.-?*.   Anyone cm apply       /~~r
A ubasti.ie by follow! •: t.i: directions.   All   y^2
you nc d ii a pul, wich wit.r, an.l n fl t
bni-.li.   The rest is easy.    Alalia a*, lue, unlike
pip.T nn r/salsjinine, hard-■ 1 *.. au.l becJitU'i
part of tlie wall lUetf.     Alabastine clicks to the wa.i
uc.itiy. lt is ilu* ou y absolutely sanitary wall covering,
Withi.nl l.iittc
Chuich on J.uodl
CHURCH'S]! 1 nfe^lvp f
C0L3 WATER-J'jyi^liJMsM i II
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A new cont can be applied without removing eld oue. Alabastine is made in
white, aud twenty-one charming tints.
Come in and get the Alabastine tint
book. We'll show you how really beautiful Alabastine is.
FREE STENCILS
These free Stencils are worth from TiOc. to
fcl.UU. They enable you lo ni"re beaut-
-^       ifully decorate your home. Call     ^
"""■■v*, iu for particulars.       ^^t
:* wecwiorrTin*"-'
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
First St, Revelstoke.    Telephone No. 22
Plumbing Heating Tinsmithing
Special Attention Paid to Mail Orders
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
Electric 11 .-.• ■
ing 11 ie-1   with
ion un railroads is u.;-
Kie.u   success  in  Bng-
Dlacus.-nag I lie selection of the third
member of iho Bettei- Terms Commission. Mr. B.V. Bodwell, K.C., a 'Jo-
toria lawyer, stiia recently that .1" »as
in communication with Z.A. Laab, lit.
('.. ni Toronio, the other members alii.uiv selected, and that he hoped tnat
1 in- third member of ihe commission
might be selected shortly. Mr. Flod'.vell
is representing the province on ite
. o'iitiii--ion.  Mr.   Lash is the    Vdoral
WHITE STAR - DOMINION LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS SAILING EVERY SATURDAY
From Montreal, Quebec, Liverpool
LARGEST STEAMERS FROM CANADA
New S.S. Laurentic. (15.000 Tons). .New S.S. Megantic
First-Class—$92.50-      Second   $53.75.     Third - $32.50
S. S. Teutonic - - S. S. Canada
582 feet long. 514 feet long.
Carries Only One Class Cabin (II) $50.00 and Up
and Third Class $31.25 and Up.
FOR SAILINGS ANU ILLUSTRATED BOOKLETS APPLY
COMPANY'S   OFFICES
619 Second Avenue, Near Cherry St, Seattle
A. G. BROOKBR, 0. P. Ry. Passenger Agent. REVELSTOKE, B. O.
SWIFT'S . . .
Blood and Bone    jM
FERTILIZERS
Revelstoke Meat Market, Ltd.
arran^o
land.   On the Brighton Company's sub representative.   If they eannot    agree
number ol trains     In onth.'    election of the chairman   the
I  .. toria station inoneday  selection will ba made hy thc co'oniai
.   witb  496 in office in London, according to
jteam traffic   At London ment.
ition  tha number has risen 	
■    per  day   to 901 i ■
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red  in one y ar       was
eiice of
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THEN A CUP OP
"BELL  BLEND  TEA"
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fi iv.er end fr 1.   •
Price, 35c, 40c. and 50c.^per Ib.
Ci. W. BELL
P. O. Box 208
GROCER  & BAKER
Phono No. 2:1
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THE MOLSONS BANK
INOORPORATEO I8S8
Record of Progress for Five Years—1906-1911
1911
Capital        ....       I 3,000,000      * 4,000,000
Reserve .'',.000.000 4,600,000
Deposits      ....       28.677.780       36,042,811
Loans and Investments -      27.4-17,090        .'',8,854,80]
Total Assets        -      -      -        88,090,192        48.237.S#4_
Has 83 Branches In Canada, and Agents and Correspondents In all ™
the Principal cities In the World.
A QrNIRAL DANKINQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT AT ALL BRANCHES
Interest allowed at highest ourrsnt rata.
Revelstoke Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager
Says GIN  PILLS Are Good For
Pain In The Back
' HEN ymir grocer
tells vou hc uses si
certain tea in his
own    home,    you
feel .'t tty sure it's
^ 1 tea.
\:.i\ when a prominent    dm "■: 1
takes 1.IN' PILLS
for Ida own Rack-
on c.ni feel
quite   nre there is
nothing el ie quite to good.
peg, May 19th, r«)ia.
•    ,   H • en  ol   191'.  I suffrred
pain in lhe liark.    A.-.
I tri'-el      rioua remedies
II 1: ing
f..r a unmix r "I ye in ,
• ■   Te in" ' he good In ihem,
ould nol ii
fair I i.ii ai.d
'     ll''
RO   '
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Ihe pain of
ni,   Lumbago   . nd    ', idney
e
.    . no
ng when
• el and
■   OIN PILLS com b •
If Uiey
imple '••'
•i\ i hem
,1 1 ai  1 '■'" IM
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for \|.i il -ii,;;.   have in-r-n   . oke'.   '.
my will   hnve to  wait un'il   1 t,f
Wo ' 1 ■
ana    ■   . ■ '    h
monton le t week, in a partj ''"k
will engage In gr*lo .■>rr'i mixed farm
ing  Iti  the prairie province Forty yearn  in use, 20 years
will go lo  British  Columbia ;rn the  stnnfJa'rt, proscribed and
tion authorities al 0 reporl thorn will recommended by physicians.
be .1 large Influi rjf homescoker* from For Womon'* Ailments. Doctor
'lie' -.in ;,ni central '•>'> < 1 -rli Martel's Fomale Pills, at your
iih from Lhe marl time provinces, 'druggist.
O OOOOOa<KK><KH><HK> OOOOOOOOO (
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Ot*»co-Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Subscribed -          6,000,000.00
Capital Paid Up -      -       6,770,00^.00
Reserve        - 6,770,000.00
$ Total Assets,       - -             $72,000,000.00
Q Prai rhi p or Apeptp at all **rinrip.il prit.tF. in'Ciinntla.
J.        Agents In Greet Britain »nd Cniteo Btatce  London, Kngland,
T   Lloydt* BaiiL, Limited.    Cbicago—First National Bank, Otrn Kx-
•* change Nntir pul Riink. P< at tie— Seattle Nal iorml Hunk, Ban Fran-
ciaco-Welh. Faigc Nevada National B>uik. Sjeokiinc—Exchange
National Bank.
Savlrjo Bank Department
Di'ivisiia of %\ ai.d inraud, reeeS-red, ana interest Allowed at
curreui rate fiom dnte of atpni.it.   Corroppondi'iice nolicited.
Revelstoke Branch—A. B. McCleneghan, Mgr.
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Union  Hotel
Jl'ST NBWI/V RBPAIRED
RATES,      .      $1.50 PER DAY
Weekly »iul monthly ratt-s lo be arranged.        Meal Tickets, 21 nii-als foi f6.W
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C
A. r. LBVB8QOB, Proprietor
^fc^fe
pi .:    tn i.e lelivernd
.1 ion   ii- maki , nn ntal
it   would h in"' ji i
t    i
H. J. McSORLLY, Proprietor.
Strictly First Class
Rooms Single, en Suite
and with Bath WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGB THRHB
EMPRESS THEATRE
TWO   NIGHTS
nd Tuesday, April 21st. and 22nd,
B. E. LANG OFFERS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE
STONIANS"
ALL SWEET SIXTEEN GIRLS.
MONDAY    NIGHT—KIRKE   LA   SHELLE   AND   JULIAN EDWARDS
NEW YORK SUCCESS
kb rgi
rHE    PRINCESS   CHIC"
TUESDAY   NIGHT-
-TIIE MILITARY COMIC OPERA
"Thom F-bllen " and Some of the Juvenile B stonian?.
PRICES,   B'i.OO,   T5Ce,       KJ,
"Till-: DAX'GHTBR OF TIIE RKGIMKNT"
SEATS AT MACDONALD'S DRUG STORE.
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I Bill
F0<: REVELSTOKE PROPERTY
List Your Holdings With Us
For a Quick Salo
We have the Buyers
if Your Prices and
Terms Are Right.
I       U   S   WTI 1' ' '—■'——-—  an^ u  laaSSe- «!■■«■■>
J. i. lateon Hooity Go.
R. R. CCLE, Manager.    Local Agency American Casualty Co.
The Revelstoke Boot, Shoe and Harness
Repairing Department
ARMSTRONG   &   COMPANY
MAKERS    OF    FINE    WELT    SHOES
The style, the workmanship and wear
And comfort born of every pair;
Of 20th Century welts that's sold
Will draw new trade, and hold the o'd.
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Another Shipment to hand of Spring
and Summer Styles in
Voiles,  Panama and Lustre
20 Pcr Cent. Discount for Cash
MRS. A. G. CRICK,   ■   FIRST STREET
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably   furnished   with   the  choicest the
in irki t affords.      Best Wines, Liquors and
.;n-:f-     Rat« $1 a day.    Monthly rate
T_   a^tLBaHJIRT     STOISTEJ      PBOF.
, ..-■ ! UifciLiEn
[NuUSTRY
:f-iEFI] f LD
Re] 'esentatives of the British Col -
i in a lum • i industry, a? well a-^
cm. :. :- of timbei- limits, are a.^reo.l
that the proposed American tarifl
.-•.■....lul ■ admitting foreign rough
lumber and tor ign shingles into tho
t ii.t .! . mai'kel     e   of duty « til
ii i n.i ted ,ie   i ,'e  Cana I
enlarged and more profitable market.
A number ol them al-o foresee a great
on  ol  the shin le  manufactur-
tn iti :  ■•  in thi   pi o ?in< e and aWo
ir an advan< e In the selling pi i ■■
i.t  i m>. im • •  ai as,
The outstanding fact, they all point-
cd on •  is   thai   the    proposed     laiill
.icn  at    Washington  will    give
i an . .i a -    at i  advantage lu
•.li ■ ei' >! t ues han waa propi I
under the Viiit i'i Iding reciprocity
a.::.' inenl.
Tho reductions under the reciprocity
pa b to ...yi-  i •• a as   follow-:
■ nts per thousand io
ii' cents i i tho sand; thingles, from
. r ihous nd o -' I cuts per
tbo in i. ;ie. ei lumber, from 81.73
1 ei th :•;•.],.; in |1.23 per thou an I
T ies a i oi'.iin,-   io  the     pio-
I owl! r.e' t.iiiit laid  before Con ress
■ .in.,  will be pla i'.i on thc etc •
lisl.   Foreii n planed or unfinished lum
1 er wiil    ii:  paj  a duty, but at      a
sii' hily   ower B   ire lhan wa-  i . pos
i,l eti ilie' reciprocity agreement.
•"rii- Canadian lumber Industry will
: very a Ivantagcously in lho
i v. nt o:  ilie' lumb i   ichodules ol     tho
I ... i wood  'r.o ni   le ium; a fr.pt 'd     by
We will     bc given a     iree
to a market of ninety millions
e.i   people.   New  life  will  be     infuse J
.mo the     British  Columbia   shingle
manufacturing Industry," said Mr. A.
C,   I i in 'ii ll   of   -. ie« i.i ia.   who  .s at
iii       Hotel   . ancouver,   Mr,  Flumor-
;., . all o .. i   : ii iroughly
■ ian wiib ■ .e y phase eef the
lumb r M lut! ry. lie, pre Idcnt of
ihi Hastings Bhinglu Manufacturing
Company, whose plan in this city
. iiim ny ol 050,000 shingles
daily, mi output aid to be unsurpassed ley any Other shingle mill on
the continent.
"Not onlj well Oanadian rough lumber, but i'unal.uu   inn I.-, mil Cana-
digo   tressed lumber in a leaser    degree,  will he given a greater advantage  in   the  Americnn   market      thnn
tbey    now    enjoy,''     he    continued.
"Uritish Columbia shingles aro    ro-
i,i:iii'l us luperior to ths majoi  portion of the     American made  .iliin^los.
Ths United States duly on that article
was Increased  several   years avo from
thirty cent! to  fifty cents  per    thoti-
Mii.il, and  wn hal  the s'lilunle mills in
I British  Columbia  continue  lo export
their producl   to tho other side of the
line, hut, of course, to a lesser extent
I ihan formerly, Even now our shingles
.  h   for   a   far   east a° the   Now
i England Bt i
"Perhaps the pa amount advantages
of five lumber from an economic stand
, oint will be the creation ol eomlitioiid
ensurin* a greater decree of continuity .n lodging an;l sawmilling operations m British Columbia. Thia is
a very important factor in thc cost oi
production uiul marketing. Th; value
of Canadian tinnier limits will like-
.vise probably be enhanced, and thMr
legitimate exploitation be stimulated"
.■ii'. r'uiiii: nii1. continued.
"The proposed United States tarifl
reductions ns regards lunil cr and
buingles in affording us a'wider mar-
1.11 . iiniiot ilo otherwise than prove
advantageous to the Canadian lumber industry," was the epi^ramma-
lic way en which the situation was
sized up by Mr. J. D. McCormack,
. cretarj of the Canadian Western
...i.i , r Company, a corporation controlled ry Messts, Mackenzie, Mann
, ,i I  Com) any.
"On the face of it, it loo'.ts as
iiii.ii..h Canadian millmen, especially
.-..11 le- manufacturers, will he dc-
e.i .11;. benefited by being aHorde'd free
access to the American markets. If
our competitors bave not diseountod
th- sweeping change of policy there is
be possibility of something like a
.iini tho danger of '.heir lumber
i dustry being dopi-e^sed, In tbat
'Vint, they would probably flood out
i ianii' markets. This could be met by
ihe Dominion government enforcing a
dumping clause now on the statute
: ool., but which is as yel a .1 ad lei -
ter," sai.l Mi. Charles B\ blttdmark.a
piominmt lumberman of Revel, tokfl,
who i   ni ihe' Hotel Vancouver.
Not Fit for Citizenship
uli ii the Japanese treaty wns under
discussion in the House ot Commons
at Ottawa lasl week, Mr. 11.H. Stcv-,
en oi Vancouver expressed confidence
tlmt the Borden letters leave ihe Im-
mi| rat Ion Act in full force, an I matin
■oine in lii'i i'iiiih Labi statements aa
u tho oriental menace. He knew, ho
assert I, thai at the time the trouble
wuh iim.in oi ■ in i' d m hi province,
i ne hnn.lie.I thousand ol these were
nu,ly to  come to Canada from   India.
I ii I hu hi , ' he ml.leei, "aie now
i n ihe way lo lhe Colonial (iilico, in'
London, to in e i Una ihe Dominion
le overridden, and bho Hindus allowed lo eome in."
"Aren't they Uriiisli subject   '" aslr-
td Mr. Lemieux,
"No." raid Mr. Stevens.
"Thoy fought in the army," prrslsA-
cd  lhc cx-postinaBlcr-gencral.
"I saw," answered Mr. Stevens,
' Home of the aotual conduct, ol Hindu soldiers In action, However, I do
not wish to nia'.ie international i rouble nnd will -ay no more. lliu they
tiro not lil for British citi.ensliip,
either in   Iheir  own  country or  here.
The rail Mall Gazette says tbol
l'i in. !• of Wale probably will visit
Canada nnil the United States His
summer, Nothing has bce'n decided iie
finitely, but the idea is consider; 1 in
a sympathol ic manw r. i
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd
Sec    p n
lhe    Jill
Prices   **■•
IE of
M B$ il n n
See
thc
I'ritt'S
Pontraciva Si Iver-Grey   sj
OCK FAT TERNS
8 in.    Plates
6 in.
5 in.
7in. Large Soups
Oatmeals
Fruit Saucers
Gravy Boats
Cream Jugs
Covered Sugars
Vegetable Dishes
Water Jugs
3.00
2.50
2.00
2.50
2.00
1.50
.65
.50
.75
1.50
.40
Revelstoke Hardware Company, Ltd.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Pain's. Oils.
Agents for Minerva Paints and Oxford Rai
Cups £& Saucers Regular 53.00 Doz. Tliis week $2.15
2.10
1.55
1.00
1.70
1.25
90
.45
.30
.55
1.15
.25
97-piece Set of Above. Regular S22 50.   This Week.  S14.50
These Dishes are Semi-Porcelain, and   the   pattern   is
guaranteed not tn rub off.
SEE   OUR   CENTER   WINDOW
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o     *0 Announcements?     $
We are now showing the Spring and Summer
models of
**
&0rtftg IntuiT
CLOTHES.
Our position is unique. We are Spccialits. We
devote our entire entire energies to the outfitting
of young and progressive, mature men.
Wc handle the better grades of merchandise for
this class of trade and aim to give a service that
is refined and courteous. See this Clothing. Try
them on, and you will be as enthusiastic as we are.
McRae Mercantile Co.
Tin- Revelatoke Home of Soeiet)  Rrai I Cl
ami U.S. Peter'l ( iM-ralla
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THE MAIL-HERALD,REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL IC, 1813.
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THIS IS THE SPORTSMAN'S HEADQUARTERS
Raseball Outfits Complete
Either  for the League Games or  thc  Small Eoy
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FOOTBALL
GOODS
TFNNIS
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Wi- ;      -  impoi inl ilin ct  from
Best I! uli-h Makers, Our
TENNIS   RACQU E T S
Besl v.-.'. ies w p bave ever show n ......
•:7 50.       S|> ci: 1 Iln IPS to Cli
$2.00
CROQUET   SET S
j;3.50 Per Set
$3.25
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eral utility, arc urgently caliin,
ni t -ntion.
The persons favorable to the scheme
reply lhat the time is ripe, that tha
, ption secured on very suitable property should he exercised before expiry whieh cannot be dona without a .
bylaw, and ihat ihe government graut .1
of .-liMiin should not be allow.-.1 to
slip out of reach simply for lack of a
little confidence in the future of our
city and the wonderful district, with
whieh  wc are surrounded.
Meantime spring ha- come, a late
erring, rendering even more necessary
than in usual years, a prompt Btart
eu any tonstruo.ional    work   decidad
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NEW SPRING GOODS
it is the opinion of t'.ie E.liior of
i iiis paper, that in bhe public Int ireets
so importanl a matter should not be
shelved bj ihe counoil, by ilio timple
imi"■- of their neglecting to put bhe
bylaw a- requested by our school trus
i .'-, inn rather that tho public of H'1.'
to . the tax payeis, wbo ie, tae
I . I ha\ e tn 111 ih ,M . 011 I imin 'V wast
e.l on man ,- ie ollsh oxp ndlturi u, and
|' coi iiii' nl I inn.Iers or wor !,
'..o :l 1 be . i. n I li > ii. i; o.l irni 1 y which
. e thi irs I y virt ..e of the laws of Mil
ii h i 'i.i-.i : in i i vota a- io wh ithcr
t . y fn o" ih ■ 111 h - hool pro ■ Bit :ee,i
or otirrwls?. If any obje.-tora lo the
h h i li i .1, li i \ u'i i grounds fo:
i .!■ arguni n - thai :hereis Biifflcienl
bj ;i ' avail ible in i'.i i i si ting -. ihools
or tha lhe whole propo.-'al Is tmneees
sary a I b ■ it ■ . nl tin i lei t'l-in . oms
o i li. e iii n in d ex; lain Iheir atti -
i udi ie. the pu1 1 e »ho arc t e final
(out  of a?| ''a1 in  such  matters,   bul
e the     people    a ■ h men t • .i'i i.\ I I
ra    i r   ihai   hlrn'. I   Ihe  proposal    in    ~"«
io '   il, anl a'l r ll   ' as r a hn      u  i
. n ad am e 1 i ri liminary st tge.
tf lli-.i citizen*! of     ".' i'.sto! a iote tho
fl     i      'll  V    el" 'II.   il   I '    lip    to    llll'lll.    hUt C '!'■
tiie!'.   tha  matter cannol    1> i allow '.1
ti icint its     in' ent  unsatisfactory I
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Ladies Tw-ied Skirts
les' Suit
0'ily a few Suits left to clear at
Special Prices.
it® Wash Skirts
Pries $1.75 to £2.50.
adies'House Dresses
Rep;. : !  $3, ■.:)   t i clear at $2.00.
prag Wash Goods
O ir stock  N iv sr i! itter.    Prices
marked down from 40c. and 3nc.
Now  2'r>c.
Ladies 1-®iece Dresses
in White Lawn, and Muslins.
Regular $1 and .$5. Your choice
for .  $2.00
Women's Spring Hosiery
Women's   White Underwear.
Millinery!
Millinery
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We are keeping i'i touch villi
the Eastern Market. You can
depend upon tho latest; styles.
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OUR PLAYER PIANOS
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Friday, w cir, 18th
California   Jubilee      uartefte
PLANTATION   WELODIES
POPULAR AIRS.     JUBIL1 E F0NGS
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Uj.ACK   I* vTTf, The Double-Volcci Gcnccil Sinqer
POPULAR PRICES,    RESERVED TEATS. 50c
a    nioiith   in
many
JUST OPENED UP   UNDER   NEW   MANAGEMENT      i
The (vootenay Brewery
Manufacturing
PORTER      LAGER BEER
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Opp 11unit    iin« knocked   for
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,     ity   '-11111      Will
m to ia'     Th   - •'. tome urge -i,.,t tb »ou     have no did ''-,!   bi'"
playing    undei  the red, ,       .,,,   ,,. . . nding plenty of     ■••■ Ich to    bIvi   hop
:i-   ■!  'le- O.P.R,    • i   tha   im dccb are not  i lefully gel   io hunlnwia nnder thetr re   r.falanrt monopoly which may n-nele.-
  too utrong, and that only a umall num   'pm-tive heading* "'  of
I.,, ■   ,...;.. we published an accounl  i-i ol children benefll  by tha expemdl-     The Progre    Club han far mon  ner     nltable   lu    fur nny ■ ivir purpo«ce. |
Notice in lierei.y given that, on the     All  liuilncnmen, bouaeholden, eiiin-
ii   i iv of    April next, application em and *>tli.-1-.    ure   hereby untitle!
Mil i.e made to the Superintendent of that, ln accordance with  ilie <'ity of
i       i. i ii i'e.ie.' for ihe tian-fer   ot i.ev. I tuke Sanitary Bylaws, they an
e,    II i ii «■ lur Hie mile nf liquor   hy iailed upon to forthwith proceed     to
,   i'in i ni .mil ii|h,ii the premltes known clean all alleyways and public    ap-
'.   ..    tha I.uie View Hotel, situate   at proachea to property  within the eity
krrowbead,   tiiiti-eli   Oolumbia, Irom limits, from any     accumulations    of
Chapman I   Irvin, to Ohapman   and u h «. rubbUh or garbage, and      to
mlth, of ii'i'i b Columbia. have sui-h removed to a dump crouml
Dated ihia i i day ol April, 1913.    approved hy the council.   All property;
OHAPMAN nnri IHVIN, ownei , tenants and others, are    re-
Hnlder nt Lioenoa   quired to clean up tbeir premius  and
Qeo T  Ohapman and N. B. Smith ""•move from sume any   refuse nf   an
Applicnnt  for Transfer. '' ' Uonabla  nature.   The   Poliee  will
 |be  in-iructeil      to  take the nercBsnry
proceedings summarily, ai-ain*t     any
SMiJLOM
of the debate in the city cotin.il upon  lure, whil t other items o! mora -jen- inu   business to perform, lhan meroly     No* In th* 'nne fm  a .-niraMy lo    tin thron .r.i lunst.     u     «
pirtie-  falling  to  comply  with      thii
rmi-  by May l*t next.
*S$St CITY CLBRK* WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1913.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE FIVH
aMras-^E-ttTOr-eayg-a
All During March There
Will be Plenty of bargains Displayed in This
Store, Watch ior Them
lepartment Store
& Co., limited
Watch Our Windows for
Special Lines and Bargains During March and
Look ar Price Tickets.
Hair Ornaments
New Lot of Ladies'  and    Children's'    Hair    Ornaments,
and Hair Combs and Barettes   at  10c. to  S5.00
Ladies' Undergarments
Ladies' New Sprint; ruder Garments, in Fine Cotton,
and Lisle Knit Good -. We hav.' a S|.c;-ial just now,
ul! -iz.'s. l'oroii-1 or A r.o Knit Vests at Three for ONE
DOLLAR, or each  35c
Children's Wash Dresses
A Lot of Chllds' Was'i Dresses bave iome our way at
a price we can give .vol a real Bargain in these, They
are a lot of German aid French Hade Dresses to fit
Children One to Five years, You know Iho Rood wash-
in.- kind we always s'H. Th-y weie assorted prices up
ie.  $2.00.  Your choice f the lot at each  90
WASH GOODS
NEW CREPOLINE ( OTTON WASH GOODS IN AN
ARRAY OF BRIGHT SPRING COLORS, AMONG
THEM, LINDEN ORB EN, COPENHAGEN BLUB, NELL
ROSE, CIR1CE SHELL PINK, LUAKER (IREY, NICE
SOFT CRINKLE MATERIAL, 2S INI'II WIDE. AT
(iNLY TER YARD   15c
SILK AND LISLE HOSE
WOMEN'S FINE BLACK AND COLORED SILK
AND LISLE HOSE KOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
THOSE GAUSE LISLE AND SILK THAT ARE SO
MUCH WANTED. ARR HERE, ALSO ALL WEIGHTS,
AND COLORS OF HOSE THAT ARE NEEDED FROM
20    CENTS  TO   $1.50
Sewing Cottons
.iv-  Bell  Standard   Sewing   Cotton   at  Six  200
a a  Spools ior 25c   ov Per Dozen  50-
FRIDAY BARGAIN
CHILDREN'S COTTON VESTS: FIT CHILDREN
FROM 4 TO 15 YEARS: PURE WHITE,
SHORT SLEEVED .
3 c. Each
New Lot of Embroidery
New Lot of Embroidery Threads, Roman Silk Floss,
Colored D. M. C, White D. M. C, White Peri Lu-ta,
Colored Cotton PlrleNew Linens and Scrims for Embroidery  work.
Royal Society Embroidery
Royal Society Embro dery Work in Packages. By a
Lucky purchase we hive eome into possession ot a
quantity of this  Beaui tui    Fancy    Work    in Packages.
Some in Colored Wur. e,:; 1. ;. n. such as Centre Pieces,
Cushions, Drapes, Et ., and others are White Work on
White Materials, such as Cars, shields, Coats, La lies'
Nijht downs, Corset Covers, Eic Each Package contains an Article stain nl in Designs and enough threads
to 'O.npieie, with institutions. We have already sold
a lot of these and th'.v are giving entire satisfaction.
You e.-m buy them at the same price here a- in Chicago
.md    New York    35c.    to  $1.25
Scotch Gingham
New Lol oi Scotch Ginghams, right trom the "Old
Country.'' The Fam as V.'a-h.vell Irani, (uil 30in.wlde.
An immense assortment of lovely tint-' and colorings,
Lindon Greens, Cadetl lue, Salmon Pink Yak- Blue,
Heather  Browns,   at  15c
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Men's Work
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Hoi rkmanship, mai rials thai wear,
a ., th   UNION LABEL; these three | oil
mai ie of Working Trousers the best
in the City.    Combined  v.iih  these points,
em ly low pi ices won't let ; i u \n ss
them up.
MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS-Medium weight,
brown ; nd [tray shades $2.00 Per Pair
MEN'S TWEED TROUSERS-Heavier weight,
finished, first-class trimming,	
 $3 00 Per Pair
.MENS V, OUSTED TROUSERS Hand woven,
impi i-icil worsted, belt straps, bide straps,
two hip pockets. The best of good valnes,
 $3.50 Per Pair
.MEN'S   HAIR   LINE   TROUSERS.-'Medium
weight, two hip pockets, wear like iron   .
 $3.75 Per Pair
MEN'S BI UE SERGE TROUSERS-Full weight,
medium cord, belt straps,  two hip pockets,
siJe straps.
$4.00 Pcr Pair
MEN'S HOSIERY
We import our Hosiery direct from the English mill antl can 'll'ii' you values such as
you have never had come your way before.
Every line is carefully selected and offers a
maximum of  wear for a minimum of cost.
MEN'S BLACK CASH " TRIUMPH "-Medium weight, seamless. The best three for
a dollar sock in the City 3 For $1.00
MEN'S BLACK CASH "RING TOE " Heavy
cashmere,   close woven,  seamless.    It will
outwear any Toe. socks you have seen 	
 50c. Per Pair
MEN'S TAN   CASHMERE-Medium weights,
all shades 	
40c. Per Pair
MEN'S BLACK WORSTED-Ribb heavy weight
a good hard wearer.     Price        35c.   Per Pair
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We have secured the sole agency
for the Classic Shoe for the City and
have just opened a complete line of
their Children's Goods. Let us show
you the new wide toe lasts in leathers that wear and which keen their
shape.
ALL SIZES IN CHILDREN'S. MISSES AND GIRLS
LOW HEEL BOOTS UP TO SIZE 5',
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Our Grocery and Crockery^ Department
The Best Medicine on Earth for Cold;
JOHNSTON'S FLUID BEEF, no ounce Bottles)
BOVRIL, 4 ounce bottles,       ...
BOVRIL, i ounce bottle:, -
$I.OO
65c
35c
A Large   and  Well Assorted List of Fickles
Crosse & Blackwell's Walnut, pts. 35c qts. G5c
,, Mixed pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,  Chow-Chow pts. 35c qts. 65c
,, Gerkins pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,'White onions pts. 35c qts. 65c
,,   Imp. Relish pts. 35c	
,,        Oriental pts. 15c
,, Sweet pickles pts. 40c
Swan Bean Chow-Chow and Mixed   	
 20 ounce bottles, 35c
Victoria Cross Chow-Chow and Mixed 35c
Heinze's Sweet Sauce and Chow-f'how and
Indian Relish in Bottles.
Gillard's Relish, Chutneys, Pin Money Pickles
Steven's White Onions, Mixed,  Chow-Chow,
Walnuts and Gerkins.
THE PUREST OF OLIVE OIL. (Made in Italy)
Half Gallon Tins
Quart Bottles
Half Pint Bottles.
Pint Bottles
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I Specials For Friday and Saturday §
Pine Apple, Sliced, in tins      IOc
Pine Apple, in Cubes     IOc
Two 12-oz. Tins Schilling's Baking Powder ..  65c
t"ti   ill ill l't- itx  ill ili ili lit lit ill tTl ili ill iti  ill iti  tti  ll* ill ill ill iti  iti i"ti  ll+ (1*4 ill ,"tt  |li «ll ill l't*  ll+ *1+ ili
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House Furnishing Department
Reduction Sale on Carpet Squares still on. Uo not wait but buy now.
VERANDAH SCREENS-Something everyone requires. They will
keep out the sun and at the same time let the air in. We have them in all
Sizes and colors.
WALL PAPER We carry a complete stock and can please every taste.
We also handle Beds, Mattresses, Comforters, PiIIowb, Curtain Shades, Curtain Rods, Linoleum, Carpet Sweepers.   Goods and Prices are Right. TAGE SIX
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1913.
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OYSTERS. SPRING CHICKENS
IMPERATOR AND SHAMROCK
HAMS   AND BACON   a Specialty.
P. BURNS & GO., Limited
PROVINCIAL
EGG-LAYING
COMPETITION
DISTINCTIVE CUT GLASS    '
Second   International     Et;g Laying
Contest, held under supervision of tlie
Provincial Department of Agticulturul'
ai  the Exhibition Grounds,   Viotoria.I
Total og'gs laid from December 2nd,
1912,  to April 2nd,  1913:
CLASS 1.—Non-weight varieties, six
birds to a pen-
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Vases, Bowls. Comports,
Manufactured by "Libby" i
BE NOT DECEIVED _
...■'-. 390M
A HOME OF YOUR  OWN
spells    more   comfort   and   happiness
than a renin! house ever can.
When you cau get such rare values in
desirable
REAL ESTATE
Pen Breed No. Eggs
1.   Ancouas 'Hi
|  2.—Whii'  Leghorns   3ol
;;     Win1.'   I,'thorn-    345
I,—White  Leghorns  416
5.—White  Leghorns   291
6.—White  Leghorns   317
7.   White  Leghorns  351
g.—Black    Minorcas    GL
9.—Anconas  233
:::l':::;,^™':::;::.::i« kooienay agencies. Ltd
11. -S. S. 1 lambing-  318
13.—White   l.evhoins   3'57
BEWS   DRUG  STORE
Brownie's $1 to $..00
Folding Brownie's $5 to $12
Kodaks $10 to $65
Winter or Summer
You Can Kodak
SEBSZSm
3fe«o£2i
a'JBBataaiBMBSB ■>
at our en \  terms,   win   not   nun   your
own home?
Come in ami see our lists and   let us
know vour needs and preferen es.
A. E. Kixcaid. Manager,
psej.Ue'nEaasv.-J'Braa.'s.'cnEii'^
14.—Wh t    Leghorns
.390
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J. G-TTT BAEB1
C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR
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Centra! Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-Class in all
respects.
All Modern
Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Rutes
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
J  15.—White Leghorns  153
%  16.—White Leghorns  114
(t   17.—White  Leghorns  tut
tf   LS.—White  Leghorns   408
<J 119.—White   Leghorns    2'J7
"•jao.—Bufl Leghorns  380
It Hit Be Gold
IBTTT
It is always hot in the plunge at Halcyon Hot Springs
whose natural bui medicinal waters ure the most wonderful health restorer on the Continent. Our.record of cures
of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled
and verilied by our gratified patrons. Located among the
greatest scenerj of Canada, easy of access,—the Sanitarium is luxuriously fitted and finished for comfort and
convenience of guests.
Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium
Wm. B0Y9, Proprietor, -        Halcyon. Arrow Lakes
N O TI C E
D. Company 102nd, Reg. R. M. R., hep,
Ihe Drill I       on the 2nd. and  Ith.   Frid i
month. Yi
January 10th. and 24th, 1913.
February 14th    ,l   28th.    "
March 14th.        "    28th.     "
April 11th. "'   25th.     "
'.:. ■ teed. M
R. M. R. Dance Committee
G. H. Brock. Chairman.
CLASS 2.—Weight   Varieties'.
21.—Barred   Ro ks  	
22.—White Wtandottes 	
23.—Barred  Rooks  	
24.—Black Orpingtons  	
| 25.—White  Wyandotte-   3M
2G.—Bufl Orpingtons  222
! 27.—White Wyandottes  332
28. -W. I'm-. Game  245
23.—S. C. Reds' — 344
::     -Col. Wyandottes  297
31. -White Wyandottes  231
; 2.   Bufl Orpingtons  US
33.—Barred  Rocks   319
34.—R.  C.  Reds  258
i     red   Rocks   342
36. Bl i •'.  Orpin ;ons   100
37. S. C,  Reds  354
38. Whil •  Orpin -tuns   201
39. 3.  C.   Reds  38ti
40. Wh te Orpingtons   29$
\ ■•   'age price of •)-:£*. 26c, per doz.
ratui   .hi hest Tn degrees;
m.an.  I i.t decrees.   The weathei  has
very    han etui  during the month
i m   ih    20 i. '  di Bl  day  oci-uri .-J.
con iiA    ther
tei.:.   i! de trout
I 1    B    '      tt 'M  I    St     rmS    ie ,'■■■.    leeMCIl    Sali.l -
bright, suushinny
iin as wi ei as snow, the
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YOU WANT TO
BUY OR SELL :
LAND
A HOUSE
A BUSINESS
FURNITURE, &c.
We can help yuu !
Just advertise in lhe
REVELSTOKE MAIL-HERALD
The i xclusive odveiii-i:: 4
medium tor this disti ii 1.
Kveryliody will  see your advertisement .'iliil the cosl is mil;-.
10c. Lino    Minimum Charge, 25c
REDUCTION IN ELECTRICAL FIXTURES
Are you wanting any Electrical Work Done ?
If so, call at the Revelstoke Plumbing CBi,
Sheet   Metal  Co.'s Store, Connaught Avenue.
A. G. DUCK
ELECTRIC   SUPPLY   STORE
Phone 281 Night Phone 40
■ 1 11 111 iMiwmiiiiiiii
!'.  O,  Box   1'
Howson CSb Co., Ltd
Furniture, Carpets and Linoleum at Eastern Prices, Freight
codded.
W.  H.  WALLACE,  M.B.O.S.A.
ARCHITK 0T
Box 205, Telephone 313, Hevelstoke
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AND  PINKHAM
Barristers,   Solicitors    Bte
Imperial  1'a.uk  Building   Revel
•toke. B. O.
Money ro Loan.
OfflCM—RevelatoV •    B    0 .     ami
Cranbrook, B. C.
'iti-i. fi. MeCarter,
'    Pinkham, J. A. Harvey
RevelBtoke, Cranbrook
T      MT.      BEGBIE,    No.  im.
OF J. O.  /.
tl  tn  I. 0.  O.  F.  Tlail  next    to
a every s*cond
In   month.  Vieit-
rdlally  welrnmed.
II. V. MORGAN, C.  R.
.   CAMERON.   Rce.-Sec.
Howson C& Co.. Ltd.
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HINCJIIAM'S   MUSIC   STOW1-:
MCKENZIE   AVE. Revelstoke. Phone 262.
BLKIRK      LODGE  12.  1. O. O. F.
Maetl 17 Thursday eveninj in
- tclrk Hall ai R o'clock. Viilting
a-hren  cordially   Invited
March 21
6t   HOT CROSS  BUNS   March 2
A   FEW    SPECIALS    FOR    EASTER
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Thl. 41
a   Hobson
Box 71
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C.  NORTH, N. G.
JAR   MATHIE, 9ec.
OOTBNAV       I.' ..   'if,  A.   V.
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ig   nr     mpi ' ■ --j ii MAS
■ 0       Hall
- tht Third   M. 'e h  'i   "'h
are
really  wel'      .
J.  Ill  HAMILTON, W. M.
A   O. BROOKER, Becretary.
B. C.
Representative
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MUSICAL,   INSTRUMENTS  OF   AI.I.   KINDS
EVERYTHING    IN   MUSIC
Take advantage of an exceptional opportunity. Call .it BINGHAM'.. MUSIC
STORF and inspect the large stock ol Mandolines. Violins, Guitars, Acnord-
eons, Piccolos, Flutes, Multi-Flutes, Harmonicns, Sheet Music, Albums,
Player Piano Rol's, Silk Piano Drupes, Etc , Selling al Ua Lem
Edison Phonographs nnci Victor Cramophones with Cooti Stock of Records.
Als.e 250 Edison Wax Records Belling at 40c. to clear. (Usual price, 1 . |. Ask
fur Catalogue oi the New Edison Blue Seal Unbreakable Records.
Come Early and Get First Choice.
Piano Tuning and Repairs a Specialty.
L.E.GRIFFITHS
Hay, Grain and Feed
Office :
Cumming's Transfer Co.'y
Second  Street
G. W. HALL,
Manager
ns   82,
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Nortli American    total average egg
v i'ld  pi 1    een, '?.'..!.      I'/ji/Ii li   '
total   iv ragi egg , told per hen, 29.33
International,  iotal average egg jitM
per hen, 51.7.
W    If.  HTKOYAN, .1 It.  TERRY,
Poultryman. Seeretorj
0   w. O. w.
Mountain  View  'iirr,...   Mo    tit
v-«ii Second   au'i     Fourth Wndnee-
dayi    In  each   month  In    Helkirk
Hall.      Viaitlng  Woodmen  art
cordially  invited  to attend
1AMKH   Me-INTYItH,   O.O.
If. W. KDWAHDB, Clerk.
REVELSTOKE LOTAL ORDBR
MrK)HK  No.   1081
Meeta     every  flret and  third Tuea-
day    ln  Oddfe.lown    Hall.      Viaitlng
i.ret.hern  rordlally  Invited  to  attend.
H.   Kdwarda,  Dltrtator.
H.   I.   HatiK,  Heerotary.
ShiloMiEk
tir   fitfrniy   remedy   for   CnuRl'm   nnd Coldi
'ShUoh -uid docs   so much I'
WHITE PEOPLE
Be reasonable! Don't send vour hard-earned money
to China! Remember, we are here to do your work and
we employ local white labor only. Be progressive, and
havo your washing done by the West Kootenuy Steam
Laundry,   Regular collector and delivery service.
WEST KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 80
EARL BARRACLOUGH, Manager.
I
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
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Agents for Calgary Beer WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1813.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
PAGE  SEVKW
IT    IS   IMPORTANT
to please the publio to secure its
(patronage.   This restaurant keeps
in view the Importance of pleasing
your appetite,
WB PLEASE PALATES
THAT DINE HERE
How do ymi do it? Why, by sec-
ing thai all food is properly eooked
and that it's "tasty."
FOOD SERVED HERE IS
ALWAYS APPETIZING
DEPARTMENT  OF
WORKS.
WINDSOR    CAFE
A. 0. THIA.KI80N Manager.
SMYTHE'S
Plymouth Rocks
EGGS FOR HATCHING
BARRED    ROCKS  	
Exhibition   Strain    $5.00
PARTRIDGE    ROCKS 	
Exhibition  Strain   $5.00
WHITE    ROCKS   	
Exhibition   Strain    $3.00
BUFF    ROCKS 	
Exhibition    Strain  $3.00
Second Pen Barred Rocks  $3.00
(Per Setting of 15 Eggs)
My Barred White But! Rocks have won
wherever     shown   at  both Provincial
?hows I  won   Six Prizes      :      :
STOCK FOR SALE.
ROY  SMYTHE
REVELSTOKE
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying yonr outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
reauirel in vour hnsinesi.
E. G. BURRIDGE & SON
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
Repairs,   Hot Air and Furnace
work a Specialty
-WORK   8HOP-
Oonnaught Ave.   •   Rovolstoke
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42  -    Night Phone 85
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Steel Bridge, Thompson River, Lytton,
B.  C,  (To Be Built Alongside Present Structure)
Substructure and Erection of
Superstructure.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tender for Substructure and Erection of
Superstructure, Thompson River
Eridge, Lytton, B.C.," will be received by the Hon. the Minister of Pub -
lie Works up to 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, the Tlh day of May, 1913, for
tbe complete substructure and erec -
tion of superstructure of a bridge across the Thompson River at Lytion,
B. C.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can be seen at
the otlices of the Government Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster,V ancouver, anil al ihe ollice oi the Public
Works Engineer, Parliament Building..
\ ictoria.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
ing to the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings and one copy
of the specifications for the sum of
twenty-live dollars  (.$26).
Each tender must he accompanied
by an accepted 1 ank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered
bank of Canada, made payabla to the
Hon. the Minister of Pul lie Works,
for the sum of $1,000, whie-h shall be
forfeited if the' party tendering decline
io enter into contract wh.n called
upon to do o. The cheques or certificates of deposil of linsueces.-ful lender ers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contra<t.
The successful tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bank cheque
or certificate of deposit on a chartered lank of Canada, made payable to
il.e Hon. h' Minister of Public
Works, lor the sum of one thousand
dollars for the' due fulfilment of the
(ontract.
Tender- will not be con-ider.vl unless
made out on ihe forms supplied, signed with the actual signature of the
tenderer, ar.d civ losed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not neces
sarily accepted.
.1.  K. GRIFFITH,
Publi.  Works Engineer
Department ol Public Works,
Victoria, B.C., March 26th. 1913.
NOTIOB TO CONTRACTORS.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Concrete Arch, Thompson River, Lytton, B.C. (To Bo Built Alongside Present Structure).
Alternative Design.
Sealed Tenders, superscribed "Tenders for a Concrete Arch across the
Thompson River, Lytton, B.C.," will
be revived by the Hon. the Minister
oi Public Works up to 12 o'clock noon
Wedn.'sday, the Tth day of May, 1913,
for the complete structure across the
Thompson  River at Lytton, B.C.
Drawings, specifications, contract,
and forms of tender can be seen at
tbe offices of the Government Agents,
Ashcroft, New Westminster, Vancouver, and at the office of the Public
Work* Engineer, Parliament Buildings
Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, by applying io the undersigned, obtain one
copy of the drawings, and one
copy of ihe specifiiations for the sum
of twenty-five  dollars  (?25).
Ea>'b tender must be accompanied
1 y an accepted bank cheque or certificate of deposit on a chartered bank of
Canada. made payable to the Hon.
ihe Minister of Public Works, for the
sum oi $1,000, which shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when called upon to do
so. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers will be
returned to them upon the execution
of the contract.
The successful tenderer shall lurther-
more furnish an accepted bank cheque
or certificate of deposit 0n a chartered
bank of Canada, made payable to the
Hon. the .Minister of Public Works for
ihe sum of one thousand dollars for
ihe due fulfilment of the eontract.
Tenders will not be considered unless made out on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the en -
\ elopes furnished
The lowest or any tender not neces-
rarily aco-pted.
J. E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer
Department  of Public Works,
Victoria,  B.C., 2f,th March,  1913.
1  a <vk, to Ap. 30.
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL
It ninkra no illfTrronre wli.et ye-u llnure on
l-ln lit Ii.ji    Ilil"   1*11011—Wl    roil   mpplj    >eeil.
nml wliii ilio Ilnm quality ol Doner} nock
ever grown.
All Ircr*. plnnla, tlotf, Iierrlre. Ibnibs,
PfcrgrroiiK. riiec*. etc., sold lejr us nro gu.tr-
teed
thii: to IfAMB
It   Will   te.1T   Toil   le>   B' I    111    |0tl   ll    '.I'll    01
.,   IvVI.RY  ri.AMKR MIPS OUR BOOK    ■
LANDSCAPE GARDENING
flc   WHAT TO  PLANT" „
32 PAGES,        |0*(STAMP5)
FRASER
[Valley
UURSERIESLti)
IV RICHARD NKCOMBGEfu MOR
■ iBOX.A.ALDERGROVE.B.C.
Steel Bridge, Thompson River, l.ytton
B.   C, 1T0 Be   Built Alongside Present Structure)
Superstructure Metal.
Sealed Tenders, super-cribed "Tender for Manufacture and Delivery ot
Superstructure Metal', Bridge at Lytton, B.C.," will he received by the
Hon. the Minister of Public Works up
to 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, the Tth
day of May, 1913, for the manufacture
and delivery f.o.b. cars at Lytton, B.
C, ihe steel superstructure of a
bridge across the Thomp>on River at
Lytton. |
Drawings, specifications, e-ontract,
nnd forms of tender can be seen at
the offices of the Government Agents,
Ashcrolt, New Westminster, Vancouver, and at the office of the Public
Works Engineer, Parliament Build
ings, Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, by apply -
ing to the undcrslgne'd, obtain one
i opy of the drawings and one copy
of thc specifications for the sum oi
twenty-five dollars  ($25).
Each tender must be &■ compunied
by an ac-cptcd bank cheque or certilicate of deposit on a chartered hank of
Canada, made payable to the Hon.'
lbe Minister of Public Works, for the
sum of $1.0»0, which '"hall bt forfeited
ii the party tendering decline to enter
into contract when e-nlled upon to do
co. The . he ines or certificates of deposit of un-ii. ■ e-sful tenderers will bo
returned to them upon the exe.ution
of Ihe contract.
The raecmtul tenderer shall furthermore furnish an accepted bankche.ue
or certificate of deposit on a chartered Imnk nf ranada, made payable to
Ihe Hon. the Minister of Publi ■ Works
for tbe sum of one thousand dollars
for tlie due fulfilment of tbe contract.
Ten Iers will not be considered un -
less made oul on the forms supplied,
signed with the actual Signature of
the tenderer, and enclosed in the envelope's furnished.
The lowest or any tender not nece«-
-enrily accepted. ,
J. E. GRIFFITH,
TiibUr Works  Enirineer
Department   .'I  Public Work",
Victoria, in'.. 26th March, 1913.
NOTICE
IN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION for the Issue of a Duplicate
Certificate of Title to Lots 3, 4, 5,
and 6. Block 12. Hevelstoke City,
Map 636.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN   that
it  is my intention to issue at  the expiration of one month after the    first
publication  hereof a duplicate   of   the
Certificate of Title to the above mentioned lot in the name of Alice .Amelia
'lapping,   which     Certificate  is  dated
ih' llih day of February, 1912,    and
numbered 15S37A.
Nelson B.C., April Sth. 1913.
S. R. ROE,
Ap. 9th lm. Sistrict Registrar.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Tenders will be received for 1he erection of dwelling nt Revelstoke. Plans
:.nd Specifie-ations may be obtained
ftom the office ofthe Resident Engineer, Revelstoke, or th" Division En
pineer, Vancouver. Tenders will be
received up to noon of April 19, 1918.
M. K. McQUARRIE,
Resident Engineer.
1st iss.  Ap.  12 It.
Profligacy of the Age
Roughly speaking, the taxes of
the world, have been doubled since
1*.97, writes David Starr Jordan. Sup
ported by these additional taxes millions of men have been drawn from
productive labor. In 1911 th© bonded
debt of the world for past expenditures (.pawn checks for wars already
fought) amounted to 837,000',000>0<)0.
The annual interest charge on this
vas over $1,100,0(10,000'. The annual
naval expenses of the seven mosf'pro-
gressive" —- that is, most wasteful —
nations rose from about $'J50,OM),000
in 18117 to $029,000,0011 in 1911.
The total military expenses of these
same nations doubled in this time,
with fl corresponding withdrawal of
men from Industry to militarism. Meanwhile, municipal and other local
debts everywhere ure two or three
times as great as in 1897.
For example, San Francisco had in
1902 a budget of $6,1500,000 annually.
1-or 1913 this budget is $15,000,000.
lhe valuation of city property was
in 1902, $413,000,000. It is now $610,
UOO'.OM'. It is estimated that in 1921
the valuation wilf be £753,000,000, tbo
lax $27,010,000. M
'I'h ■ bonded debt of Briti-h cities
use from $1,500,000,000 in 1907" to
$3,800,000,000 in 1912. A similar increase Is seen in Germany and France
In lhc United States the total oi
siate and local taxes has risen from
$ 1,0-J0,000,000 in 1001 to $2,505,000,000
in 1911.
The fact that these sums are raised
Ly indirect taxation makes the bur-
lien the greater. They must be paid
in the im-rea^ed price of commodities
—in other words by a rising cost of
living.
All taxes, however levied, constitute
a ce dis. ation of private property for
public purposes. A nation, is a huge
corporation  which dilleis from    other
■ or) orations in its power to ievy assessments without limit on its bond-
: oHers.
The dealer accustomed to a certain
percentage of profit adds his tax burden to this percentage. ln doin»so
bo m ist lower his purcbase price or
laise his' selling price. What he does
or can do depends on the relative
; ower of resistance of producer, dealer
and consumer.
The stress and incidence of taxation
falls on the less resistant elements,
.'-ny one of the three groups may com-
1 ine' to throw oil this stress. The denl-
e is,ne more often successful in this,
As production is more or less limited,
the con-timer is ihe weakest of the
thr ■' groups, and finally bears most
oi the burden.
Some pan of the consuming group
being also producers may roll tbo bur
(!• ii  back,  bui in any  ca-e an increase
■ I taxation is a burden on the peoplo
an.l th"y can only shift it among
themselves. There is no foreigner they
• .ni plunder io make their loaufea good.
There is certainly ,t dangerous por-
unt in a prosperity that rests on taxing the future, and In ihe steady in -
fiat ion of value- because we waste so
large a per-entacc of all our increments of effort.
jfi @'»€£i€£
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Why You Should Buy
A Gurney-Oxford Range
Because the Gurney Economizer saves 1 ton
of coal in every 6 burned in other ranges.
Because the Economizer gives you absolute
control of your stove and the fuel consumption.
Because the range is air tight and consequently does not waste the heat.
Because its new Special Grate is another
fuel saver and the stove is shaken with one
operation.
Because its E ivided Flue makes every hole
a cooking hole.
Because of its sanitary artistic design.
Because of its Broiler equipment.
Because of its polished top which requires
no stove polish.
Because of its roomy over-size oven which
results in perfect baking of any article of food.
The Gurney-Oxford range will do everything
that a stove is intended to do and infinitely
more in that it has four scientific fuel-and-labor-
saving devices that are exclusive — the Economizer, the Divided Flue, the Special Grate, and
the  Broiler.
A Gurney-Oxford will prove of inestimable
worth in your kitchen. It will save your time,
it will never aggravate your temper, it will
end your trials.
Revelstoke
Hardware Co.,  Ltd
££ <£$ £j^ @ ^ <E* ^ ^ & <&,*& &
Laughton CS, Tapping, Props. First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Windsor Hotel Restaurant
European Plan
Open Day and Night. - Meal Tickets, $6.00
MONTHLY BOARD
FORT GEORGE, the new payroll
city; openings for business and pro-1
fcsional men of all kinds; also car-
I enters, builder-', bricklayei'F, brickyards, sawmills, lumber yards, sash,
and door factories, and every kind of
business. One humlred million dol -
I.-.r- will be distributed in the next
four years by fourrailways now under
const ruction to Fort George, which
has been selected as tbe main payroll
centre and tbe location of main pas -
singer divisions and terminals where
Fhops nnd manufacturing plants will
le located. Eleven railway- are build
ing or projected to Fort George whieh
will be the distributing' point and
• entiee ol one hundred million acres of
rvb agricultural, timber, mineral and
foal lands in Central Northern Uritish
Columbia and tbe Peace river district
Cue thousand miles of navigable waterways on whieh seven steamboats are
already plying from Fort George! —
Cheap electric power and cheap coal.
School, churches, hospital, public hall
waterworks, and all conveniences.
Thousands of constiu-lion men now
cn tbe ground. You can secure a
I usiness opening now. Don't delay.—
OflMal information given free—Natur-
nl Resour-es Becurity Company, Ltd.
(Joint Owners and Sole Agents for
Fort George Townsite). Edmonton,
Alta., 403-404 Moser Ryder Blk.1; Fort
George, B.C., Central Avenue. Address or rail Vancouver Office, 624,
Vancouver Block, Vancouver- B. 0.
l't Im. M.29, |«,
v Concrete
::\V'.y J      ■
building
material
WHETHER for a do. a nuTk-
house, or a million bushel grain
elevator, concrete b the mott
economical building material in use today.
Concrete never requires repairs, and
the saving in repair-expense alone
makes the greater economy oi using
concrete more apparent every day.
The coat of other building materials is
constantly increasing.
The cost of concrete is being reduced.
Canada Cement
which Canadian farmers use, with their own sand, stone and gravel lo male*
concrete, is lhe only ingredient you have to buy.
Wc have, by reason of our large output and scientific methods, been able lo
bring thc price of "Canada" Cement so low that it is wiihin lhe reach of
everyone.
An increase in demand resulu in a greater economy of production, and when
conditions have warranted it, we have, from time to
time, shared this saving with the consumer by reducing the price of Canada Cement.    This demand will
continue to increase—as fast as farmers learn of concrete's superiority over other materials.
When you buy cement, see that you get "Canada"
Cement; by so doing you will assure the complete
success of all your concrete work.
Send a posl card for our book "Whal the Farmer
Can do With Concrete."   It is free.
Thf rr ii a Cauda Ctmeat d-alar ia y.r Miilboilood.
If ihia label ia not on
every bag it ia not
Canada Camanl.
Canada Cement Company Limited
Montreal PAGE EIGHT.
THE MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 11'., 1313.
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LOCAL AND
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li.  McKay of Taft,  is in town.
A.  Wilson oi Calgary i- ui town.
Vancouver is here    for
C.  v,   o I
oi
J.  Fleshman  the
.- in town.
rustling  travelling
A    -M.
Doyle of
Kamloops
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of     Vancouver,
. .     :u  '.owu  last  week.
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B.C,   McDoi al I of
ay arrival   in   the
la-i  evening
Mc.U-
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\e.' h Hill, was in the
city M( n
li.  y\ a ol   the  ~' 'rt ol     Me-
i has     gone i
to  Salesque.
D,   Ke :. in   one    oi     Kaslo B
ens,  ;-■ a     the
i ra   among  the
.   - era  visitors  to the c tei day
H.   Ie  at   ili'   i' in?  Bd wai I
i.   \ . Thorp i, of Los Angelc .   ame
in oi o    rain  ihe 'ee e part oi
ihis  .'.■   a   He     .,i   i:. ■ King E Iward
i il-." .ii   li • May
Day   Sh rl   Waisi   Dance  at   th opera
■   May   is .     given  an Ioi  the
e Gii '-  ll. -I'ltal Auxil-
\ .   oi St.     John's
I   •• t.-ei  in  tennie
ll •       af  ' meet
ing  : asei   ■     "    hi   church at
: this we 'k
ttt      inr
.. nili  Bostonians    I
b will ai".' ar at  the Bmpress th
a   .   mon laj   an I  'i ut  d ij  ne'\t    was
.:        :.   .; n :  advan e wot k
Ubert  Wilson ha-  just ii
Vancouver, Vlrn
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• .n have bin    lie '.I Ital ■ it.or.
.'.'•1 that he- w.is not ho much
I with '1'i'b a- at Brat.  H.s
..   |  IB •        tnke  • on tin Ued  for
nn.   . s   in private i» worth n thoi».
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There  will    lie n  m Sting  in ■
tb    'Vv Hall OO Knlay even ■
Ol this week at  8 o'clock, ■
for the purpose tt organizing »
club. ■
The Mai. Herald has heen requested
publish the-  following eoiunninica -
on referring   io  Hev.  H..J.   Mclntyre:
Revelstoke, B.C., April Oth,  1913
I Hev. li.il.  Haley. Chairman
.Me ihodist  Conference rom..
Port Simpson, D. C.
Dear  Sit,—We   the  members  of   the
Methodist  church     Quarterly     Ollicial
Board, do hereby request you to   re-
\ turn tons,  Kev.  R.J. Mclntyre,     Hot
another year.
Kev.  Mr.  Mclntyro was1 unaninously
invited  to  return for  the  fourth  year
by the above board at their February
meeting.
Ba king up i heir decision was a very
, largely     signed      petition from      the
\ oung Men's     Bible Class, also     tba
Young Women's  Bible Class,  .,     well
as the Epworth League,
We   feel  ihat we no il him to     con
nne the g..o,l  work   lhal be ha       so
.   Ij    '.ei ted, and .h.it you will     give
ihis yo u earnest aiiel prayerful atten
; tion,
Speaking of Mr. Mclntyre himself,
we might say thai be is a hard working man. His sy tem cf working,
system of visit i1... his series ol sermon and addresses, his influence and
I e.ait with the young people, have' Sited him for greater work among vs
should   Ic  he  returned.
Our fori-e of young people is greater
than ever In  the church history,    and
ithe     1> ij o nf th '  church  i< tho  young
people.
.   . ii "I i.n behalf of the above boar!
Re ot.l ii.;   Beer, t  ry.
! BUSINESS LOCALS j
A May Day Shirt Waist Dance is a
novelty in Revelstoke. It will be given by the Girls' Hospital Auxiliary at
lhe opera house on Thursday, May 1,
All of Revelstoke v ill he there.
Reserve Friday night, April ISth,
Black Pattl at the Empress theatre,
First class program.
Tho first Canadian contingent that
went to the Boer war were insured for
$1,000,000 in the Ocean Accident an.l
Guarantee Corporation. Tho Revelsloke Fire Brigades arc also insured
in this company. The special agent
for thi- company is Chas. M Field —
Besl policy in the market issued to all
especially to railroaders.
Only four lompanies settled their
losses in full in the San Francisco
i arthquake and fire, of which tho Lon-
.lon Assurance Corporation was one.
This company paid out $7,000,000 in
ihiu disaster, Iheir poll, ies are written here by Chas. til. Field.
California Jubilee Quartette, noted
colored entertainers, Kmpress  theatre.
Everyone a soloist every one a star.
Empress theatre Friday night.
Miss ll. McMahon has opened up   a
ladies dressmaking establishment with
headquarters over the
McKenzie  avenuo,  Revelstoke.      l'lain
sewing for ladies and children
ii s own materials made up.
R0MOTE
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL
Don't forget the
sale of coolunL- ai
Friday.
afternoon lea
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ind
Mrs,  Manning's on
Mr. McCleneghan, manager of
Imperial Bank, is sulloring from
severe attack of lonsilitis.
the
u
Beo ('has M.
Policy you are
on  in  the company of    which
Strathcona and the President of
Bank of Montreal are directors.
Lord
tho
Mr.   A. G.  Brooker after    occupying
the  position  as the  Revelstoke  Ticket
Agent  for the C.P.R.  for the  past six
McRae 1 lock    years, has been transferred to Calgary
i.s travelling agent for the O.P.R.. No
Lad-  or,(l'nHI'y    Person    lias any    idea how
much he will  be  missed by tbo travel-
! line;  public.   Mr, Brooker was like the
Field about tbat Life  general   run of   C.P.R.    ticket   agents.
contemplating putting   jje was a man who not only thorolgh
ly knew his    business     bul he was   a
walking encyclopedia.     What he    diet
not know alio.it  the mountains    and
district waa not worth knowing.     He
always  had an  intelligent  reply  to tho
thousand and cue questions a^'ked by
the, travelling public and tourists. But
what he will be remembered by  mostly
is bis kind genial manner, nothing was     More thqn one hundrod Presbyterians
too much trouble, bul  rather a picas- rallied  Lo the "soshul'1    lasl   Monday
ure  io give all the  information       he evening     In St. John's church.     The
could aboul   thcitiniii'  uiul  best  way  purpose of   the gathering    Was chiofly
of getting to any part oi the world.     to Introduce new    comers and   io gut
People from  outside  towns  thought  acquainted, as so many  members   and
nothing of coming to Kevelstoke     to
consull   Mr,  Brooker as to best trains
Sporting  Editor,  Leading
News] apor,   Rt velstoke, B, ('.
li. ar Sir, -l wish to hallenge any
live wrestlers to a handi ap wrestling
mate! through ibe columns oi your
paper, as lam coming io youi city in
the n ar future. I agree io 'brow all
five local men ii • i b ir ot actual
wrestling time. My weight is .:_ :'■■'.
1 would be      glad to .     a  an any
wicsiLi's  mere.
'I banking you for  space, I am,
Yours truly,
Clarence Elslund,
Merritt,  B
Forty years In use, 20 ycais the
standard, prescribed and recommend,
ed ly physician.-. For Woman's Ailments, Dr. Martel's Female Pills,   at
your druggist.
Remember the date of Dr. Taube's
\isit to The Diamond Hall on Friday
April ISth, and i: there is anything
vronir with your eye-sight do not fail
to consull him.
A man with a Double Voice only im
personator of Black Patti.   On ihe Pa
r eea-'i. has a most wonderful soprano and baritone • o nbin nion oi
voices.   Bmprea    theatre  Friday night
GALT COAL'is handled exclusively
in Revelstoke by ihe Revelstoke General Agencies, Ltd.
Eighty-five per cent of headaches are
the result of eye strain, if you are
troubled, that way do not fail io consull Dr. S. L. Taube at ihe Diamond
ll ill 0n Friday the ISth of April.
We hive made' arrangements willi
the Taube Optical l'o., of Vancouver,
and Calgary ior their eye-sight special
ist, Dr. S.I.. Taube, who has had forty-two years   experience  in the optical   SJ |[ rj] [*] jjj rjl gj Pi] [mj gj g H H H H ®
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Mr. A. J. McDonell ol the Hotel
Rovelstoke, has joined tlie ranks of
those who ride and purchased new
Studobaker car.
The Bri.lev Club moi al tbo bome of
,\lrs. ,i.  Purvis on Satui i.i     eve
last, tho  usual  number playing.   Mrs.
Murray     Uume won ihe prize, a   oup
and sailed' ,ii  Uoyal llou'.ton.
Friday night, reserve scats    50 cents. Ihusiness to he at our store on Friday gj
Plan at Macdonald's drug store.
u
H
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ii. ■ ISth of A i iii. If ihere is any -
thing wrong with your eye-sight, do
to: fail to consult him. All work Is
guaranteed  absolutely  as  tested.  Dia-
i nioml HaU, Revelstoke.
Come and see the great feature,   to- ■-
| nighl   and  Thursday   night  al   Napol-  •*
con    Command, Star theatre.
Now that the snow is oil the root'.-—
He is doing it again—Who, the Ohim
ney Sweep, at  the Oriental hotel.
Al th ■ Empn ss theatre,
next Monday and Tuesday ov
ening, Ainu 21 and 22, Revi l-
stoko eitizens will have a rare
treat from the Juvenile Bostonians,   Don't  miss them.
itfUESHHSjg&iSllIlSHIl!
and routes, before undertaking Iheii
long and tiresome journies, anl you
may      rest assured    ihey  got all    the
April ISth, is the date fixed for the
big dance of th.1 Ladies Auxiliary to
thc B.  of L.  E.   Rememb r the .late.
pointers and information tbey wanted
Many a tune lhe writer has seen a
u-owd of inquisitive American tourists
adherents ol ibis church aro compara
lively recent arrivals in this city. Kach
person on entering the churoh was tag
gc.1 with his or her name which served as informal Introductions, A number of full sized sillioutt.'s of well
known members of the congregation
ia.;-.'.I a good deal of amusement in
guessing who was who. Mr. SStoVen-
son'a address on Presbyterianism was
1 ;. a d to wiih mile h Interest. Mr.
A. Thomson and Mr. W.M. Lawrence
.a "i gave short speeches, representing
i h board . :' mann... i-s and the Sunday     school.       Miss     Lawson     played
"I  I ' Avon" as a piano   olo.  Miss
; alia   i.a ighton  ri cited and  Mr.      J.
Hiil  ",,;ii i;:;nt .-.I  an  i i i inai   i oera   -
Gl e,  Cli'e,''     which     brought forth
For Private    Sal.' at    the   home of
Mrs. E. Pettipiece, corner of    Fourth
and   Robson avenue.     House -
hold   Furniture,   can   ho   -een  at    any
lime,
C.
SALES and WANTED
Railroaders, beware. Do not put on
life or accident Insurance without flrst
looking over the attractive and low |
pticed policies offered vou by Chas.M. The greal feature "At Napoleon's
Field, in his sound and reliable com Command," Star th.Mitre tonight and
pames. Thursday -nine prices.
joined
Syne.
ban Is and    ingi       Vuld   Lang
IOC.   lief
"iM Uil      J      '
WANTBD Servant.  Apply
'., Mis. k.  M. ilibson. Sixth St,
MJRSE POR'I ER
oral   i
Maternity a
Nurse,  open  for cn-
..      itoke,
JUVENILE
BOSTONIANS
COMING
TENNIS
CLUB
MEETS
TO   RENT   Furnished  Tronl   I'ooms,
in i locality.     Ap
ply Mrs. •      i b
• a th'   desire of     the     An enthusiastic meeting of tbo Ton-
the Juvenile Boston-  nis Club was held on Wednesday even-
b   clave    young artists  [ng     lastinthe     City  Hall.     There
■les    the  particular  ware  22   members  present.
FOR     RENT—House   ior    R n
lii" . \
COOK -Comp t-n       :m . t witl
t n  y
po*i'
ike, B.C.
FOR  ItKNT
with residences   ttta h :
acr.'R in i ach  trad
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. ERFECT FIT
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-,   h      o
n y
i    o'     Oon tiers
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P,  | M2
\i.k
Ten ■!<■•■    -,"•  ,n    '
siene-d  for   ?hi>      pui h.i '•
, ■ :   t ■        In
In   mir
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i ,1,  I 'I
nd Orti     a building"
■v anil a half     Frame
v   the   late
w.k. CoutfiHn.
Dated   \pril   14th,  1911
H-ir   . .     M i ,,r+er   and Pinkham.
l«t iss. April in, 2w.
thai    hey  have     here-
m    of
^on..-    and clovur
.
■   with a few
•     on tha
• ... •   the man -
.   :.    advice oi
.
and
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en*
'
The Late T. J. Walsh
1 b       llowing   e'lh ers   were  elected:
Hon.  I'resident—Dr. Hamilton.
Hon.     Vice-Presidents-:Dr.  McLean,
A i     M    ■ ic. ban     ami  Uuy  Barbery
.-. MeCarter and Mrs.  J. D.
.-.i.i.u.d.
President—H.   H.  McVliy.
enl   T.K.L.  Tay.or     and
P.M. Gibson.
Trc.i .—J.  D.  Sibbald, Jr.
Ai    his   meeting it was decided     to
i .11  ano bei      new  court and erect  a
pavillion.    It  was also   learned     tbat
lb   membership  will tbis season
whal   i' was last year.
important     announcement
, .he e'Huct that the Revel-
1 luh  will  put on     a
M'li. for the benefit   of
a   -   . Hub.
Ano1 her   intern 'ing   piece  of      news
it   ihis     meeting,
ii. had juet   re-
ofler of  (1800 for their three.
. .h was refus-
based     last
Tl io   -1    the
<   in a     most
I   I,'!".
i    to oon
'ary.
asking all kinds of (questions about the rounds of applause. Tho ladies sciv-
mountain scenery in Hi. Crows' Nesl "' supper in the :.-, 'men! of tho chur-
etc . and ores of people waiting for 'hand the en eriainmeni was brought
ticketsat the wicket, Every question to " cIose !l>' ;i" forming a circle ol
er mit a most courteous reply and
.•a ii on a ticket and what information thej wanted. Everyone from the
delicate woman to the drunken lumb-
cr ia'■'■., received ihe kindest consideration. Dining the most trying eir-
e urns an es he was never known to
lose his temper. His urbanity was a
by-word.
Mr. Brooker's retiring natur.: W'is
; such, ihai he kept the news of bis de-
' partura t.i himself. Only his mosi
Intimate friends knew of his departure
Thoy at once wanted to entertain him
nt a fatvw ill banquet, which he rofus-
» 1, hm they presented him witb a
valuable dre sing e'as" as a parting
present.
There' is a general regret that Mr.
Brooker's departure wa-' not ma'ie
known publicly, ns there are hundreds
if nol thousands of the travelling public who will be disappointed at not
bein; able to show their appreciation,
and thanks for the many kindnesses
ihey have received from bim, by nol
having been given an opportunity to
subscribe to a testimonial. I am as
mred .'very man, woman and hild in
Revelstoke join in wishing Mr. Brooker a long life and a most prosperous
future. They will watch his future
with the greatest interest and ieel
confident that hi-' present position is
only a stepping stone to something
higher. Mr, Broo'.ci' is an " Eng-
I ha an and a gentleman'' in every
si n-c of the word.
COMING EVLNTS
Apt I   18- l.adb-     Auxiliary to B.
I.   i-i   Da ip ra bouse.
„i
iHforntan Jubilee quartet- i" secured this season,
t..,  Empre     theatre.
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in Ata1.a tbere ii a traoi ol unex
t/iii'.iiy nearly fivn t.inw iim many good poinl .  which     were
at  Britain,white nearly ti doubl recognieed by thn public
quartet ol lastralla awaits the Inves to i large measure wore responsible (or
lii-aiion of elvllltsd mnn. Mi oopularltj
■
•  -h   Mr.   P.
■
id  out
pi a . nf  propi ietoi  P. I* !'•
-i r :n-
.ii'-il      the
ranch '        !   00   -n
• ii   he ■   'm'he  1 ith
.at
The la "     Mr! 'A'ainh bad a
frienda among all classes In  the oo
niiinity. who will  li al ■'
■tff.tl,    occurred  when    in   ,v,"v
ihe prime ol manhood.
The   deceased     wae     noted i0r Ms rmnin ,   |,lorft r)0ra, at ihe Kmprens
point  .   whlnh     wrtrn    no     thentre
and
Mrs. liValtcr Bews has long been (am
. as for fun-creating parlies, bui tbu
■ aa sin gave lasl evening «as ihe clim
ax of originality, i'or the' last weok
anticipation has been an,ong thoso
who n   -i ed  brown i a iteboai'd iavit-
aineii    io  "kllin to a Poverty  Pai ty at.
Don't      Worry Home.''   The rulo  " li
 im  I.iii don't i.imi ' uas obeyed
nunc faith-full) than the one prescrlb-
in ■ a o nunc ol rags an I lai ■■ s. The
i. i is. gowned >u a Verna Polton cos
iiimo of per;.' I in i a i . i ... .1 her
guests to ii;o number of sixty or
more at "kandle lighten." They oami
arrayed in all sorts and conditions oi
i ai ...-tit i, and I be ol eel wn unit al
in iho ph i.itii'. Al oui half ... thj
lad e, had resurrected ancient finery oi
much too elegant an ap naranee. Among ihese were Mrs. Davis, Mrs. M>-
Vity, Hrs. Manning, Mi>. Pa i rson,
Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Howson, Mrs. Lindmark, Mrs. Lawrence, Mi . II. Bews.
.Mi-'.   Hou ns,   .Mrs.  Briggs,  and      Mrs.
Bradshaw,  an.l ail thev i s as well
a- those mistaken ones who i nought
I ivii> and bc oraing hou .■ gown
would pa-s the censor, were compelled to pay forfeit. Among the latter
were Mrs. Poote, Mis. J, Hume. MrB.
dcLean, Mrs, Sturdy, Mrs. M. lluiiic.
Mrs. Kincai.l. Miss McConnel! and
Mis Eeplin, Mrs. Denton, who h.il
evolved a stunning costume from thir-
i> cents worth of cheese . ioth, wa
furnished accordingly. Mrs. Molten,
Mrs. Squarebriggs, and Mrs. Lyons,
woro dresses which were triumphri of
i.omc dressmaking art and in ..Inch
ihey cadi looked much loo pretty to
<scape forfeit. Mr-'. J. Purvis, aa the
"pore widdy Malone" curned a living
for her "l-iccn , hilklrun" with a
• li •■ y contortina. Mrs. C. Ma ion -
all won li.' i rin ■ in a sis Hopkins
'"I na.' and Wa awarded a-ct o. tin
,.1-.nit cutters, Tha " outs ' cos-
nun..-; were in periect harmony with
ihe ladies, but the "Isltors in bilad
shirts and wood Rollers" Mr. Law-
le-'n-e, Mr. Howson, Mr. Denton, Mr.
The .ity of Toronto will send aeon   •'■   Hume,   Mr.   MeVity and  Mr.      H.
trii, ni ion of .sr.ono to tbc Daytoo llool  Bews, were punished .severely,   Mr. E.
nuflerei Edwards as tramp won first  prize,    a
loasiing prize.   Mr. Sturdy as Hiram
,t  i   c timated by the salmon can- Hay^odi a country C0Uv-       ,in(, Mr
m-iH ihat a cat.ii of 1.0411,0111)
Strike in Australia
Sydney, N.S.W., April 10—The rail
v ay strike is becoming general thru-
out Ihe whole ol Australia and has
.. ninei -.rioiis propo tions. Passen
ger H"rvl-o is seriously curtailed and
th<> movement ol freight is at ustand-
i ill    ilium'.aii cl  eonditii ns  ) revatl.
i h ■ total suspei I rail traffic ov-
■ i the entire Commonwealth i- threat
■ tie-.I  by tomorrow.
ol
uses will
wbich  r,00.-
April 21 an'!   "    fttTenlle  BbltoafaUM,
n>   'he WrnprsM  'bsatre.
ij.iii %\ Cricks! Club Oonosrt, in the
| Hollse.
1    OpSI .   Hon f,   dills'   Hospil
Mrl   "ni t   imn'"
The Prince ol Tonight,   Em
press theatre.
 i will be obtained from    tho
Prater Rivei it alf. Tbe balance will
be imneil in northern waters. Tbis iB
the ya' oCwhat i oommonly called
the 'Big Run." In (he last "BigRun"
in 1909 Hn' total pack was almost I,"
I ,000 rnies.
M. Kee as a broken down arislociat afforded fun all evening. During supper
the secret  leaked out tbat  the  ocas-
Doming   "Royal
EDmpre I 'huatre
Players," at
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lho   ■
ion celebrated the till wedding of Mr.
and Mrs. Bews. Soup, ladled into tin
cup , salad served in patty pans, anil
composed of rice pudding and goosu -
I crrii'H lerves in dust pans and choc-
olate cake and tin cups ofhot cofloo.
'■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ SgiaSHtaarj The sugar appeared in sink strainers,
B g the cream in oil cans.   After     dinner
■j Reserve Thursday, May 1st 3 "mints" which much roBembled dried
f0 the Oirl ' Hospital Auxil- S appli'S completed the banquet, and
lary Sn-ond Annual Shirt- *g the dishes were collected in bread tins
waist Dan <• at thc Opera g An aeroplane ride and a little danc-
House,      Special  music. 1! inging followed,  after  which   thc  par
ifl ty said     good  night, each    declaring1.
...>>>...< . »«i*l  they hadn't another "lafl" left.

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